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Orfith
Orfith belongs to the La Marginal II Community Bank in the Tarapoto district, San Martín province, San Martín department. She is 27, and she has a dependent son who is in school. He is the reason she puts so much effort in the work she does.

Orfita is a young woman who likes to work; she feels bad when she does not have something to do. On her own initiative she decided to sell “salchipapas” (a typical Peruvian dish) with chicken in order to contribute to the household income. She started with 200 PEN, and she has been in this business for a short time. She hopes that it will go very well. With help from her significant other they bought a cart called a salchipapero (apparatus fitted with gas fryers and various compartments to conserve hot fried foods). Then, little by little, they are buying utensils and materials to offer better service to her customers.

She currently continues selling salchipapa with chicken outside of her house where there is plenty of movement. She is doing very well in her sales. She starts selling at 5:00 on the afternoon. That is when many customers want to taste an appetizer. She waits on them with kindness and her characteristic charisma.

With the loan for 1,000 PEN she wants to buy chickens, sacks of potatoes, packages of oil, and some kitchen utensils to replace the ones she currently has. That way she will offer her customers better service and attention.

Orfith is very sure that her business will prosper more than it is now. She is grateful to the Movimiento Manuela Ramos for contributing to the fulfillment of her dreams and goals.
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La señora Orfith, pertenece al Banco Comunal “La Marginal II”, Distrito de Tarapoto, Provincia San Martín, Departamento de San Martín. Es Casada, tiene 27 años, tiene 01 hijo que aun depende de ella y esta estudiando, razón por la cual, pone mucho esfuerzo con el trabajo que realiza.

Orfita, es una mujer joven, le gusta trabajar y se siente mal cuando no tiene nada que hacer, nos cuenta que por iniciativa propia, decidió dedicarse a la venta de salchipapas/pollos, con el fin de contribuir con los ingresos económicos de su hogar, se inicio con S/. 200.00 y viene dedicándose a este negocio poco tiempo, tiene la esperanza que le ira muy bien. Con el apoyo de su pareja compraron su carrito salchipapero y luego; poco a poco fue comprando sus utensilios y materiales para brindar un mejor servicio a sus clientes.

Actualmente, sigue con la venta de salchipapa/pollos, ubicada afuera de su casa donde hay bastante movimiento y cuenta que le va muy en sus ventas, empieza a vender a partir de las 5:00 de la tarde, ya que a esa hora ya hay clientes que desean probar un aperitivo, es ella misma quien los atiende con esa amabilidad y carisma que le caracteriza.

Con el préstamo de S/. 1,000.00, desea invertirlo comprando, pollos en javas, sacos de papas, paquetes de aceites y algunos utensilios de cocina, para reemplazar a los que tiene actualmente y así brindar un mejor servicio y atención a sus clientes.

Orfith, esta muy segura que su negocio prosperara mas de lo que ahora esta y agradece al Movimiento Manuela Ramos por contribuir con el cumplimiento de sus sueños y metas.

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