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Sarita
Señora Sarita belongs to the communal bank, "Siempre Unidas" (Always United), which is located in the district of Tarapoto in the province of San Martín. She is 43 and is the mother of 2 children, who are 15 and 13. Her kids are students and still depend on her economically. Because of the need to provide economic income for her home and because she didn't have a job, she decided to start a small business selling groceries with her first credit of 300 PEN. She saw very good results from the start because of the quality of her products, her reasonable prices, and her good customer service. Currently she continues with the same business, which is located in her home and where her main customers are the people from her neighborhood. With this loan of 2,200 PEN, she will buy more products to supply her business like rice and sugar by the kilogram, eggs in cartons, personal and cleaning products, soft drinks, candy, and other items to keep her customers happy. Today she is very happy with the work and service that she offers, and she is thankful to Manuela Ramos for supporting people like her who want to work and to get ahead. She hopes that they continue their work for a long time and that they help many families and enterprising women.
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La señora Sarita, pertenece al Banco Comunal “Siempre Unidas, Distrito de Tarapoto, Provincia San Martín, Departamento de San Martín. Es Conviviente, tiene 43 años y es madre de 02 hijos, uno de 15 y 13 años; estudiantes y que aun dependen de ella.Ante la necesidad de aportar al ingreso económico del hogar, y por la falta de trabajo, decidió emprender un pequeño negocio de venta de abarrotes con su primer crédito de S/. 300.00 obteniendo muy buenos resultados desde un inicio por la calidad de sus productos, sus precios cómodos y la buena atención al cliente.En la actualidad continua con el mismo negocio ubicada en su propia casa, donde sus principales clientes son los vecinos de su barrio.Con este préstamo de S/. 2,200.00, comprará más productos para surtir su negocio como arroz y azúcar en kilos, huevos en javas, insumos para el aseo personal y limpieza del hogar, gaseosas en paquetes, golosinas y otros productos para mantener contenta a su clientela, Hoy se siente muy feliz de la labor y servicio que brinda y agradece a Manuela Ramos, por apoyar a personas como ella que quieren trabajar y salir adelante, espera que sigan así por mucho tiempo y ayuden a muchas familias y mujeres emprendedoras.

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