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Rosario
Rosario, 32, is a member of the "Mujeres de la Colina II" communal bank located in the Banda de Shilcayo district, San Martín province, San Martín department. She lives with her partner and is the mother of two children, both of whom are students and still dependent financially on her. Rosarito, as she is affectionately called, sells snacks like: juices, juanes (a type of banana-leaf-wrapped tamal), tamalitos, arroz chaufa (a fried rice dish similar to Chinese fried rice), chicken and rice, candies, sweets, chifles (fried plantain), canchitas (popcorn), soft-drinks and juices, from her home. She has a well-equipped area and daily she is well received by her customers. She tells us that she started herself with an investment of 300 new soles. She continues with the same business and she relates that she does well daily. With this 1,800 new sol loan she plans to buy ingredients for her prepared items such as: sacks of rice and sugar, kilograms of chicken, crates of eggs, dozens of oil, and cooking utensils to provide quality service. She feels very good to continue selling her refreshments. She is grateful to the Manuela Ramos Movement for contributing to her meeting her goals and having her dreams come true.
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La señora Rosario, pertenece al Banco Comunal “Mujeres de la Colina II”, Distrito de la Banda de Shilcayo, Provincia de San Martín, Departamento de San Martín. Es conviviente, tiene 32 años y es madre de 02 hijos, los 02 que aun dependen de ella y están estudiando.

Rosarito, como le dicen de cariño, se dedica a la venta de Refrigerios, como: jugos, juanes, tamalitos, arroz chaufa, arroz con pollo; dulces y golosinas; chifles, canchitas, refrescos y jugos, ubicada en su misma casa, un ambiente muy bien acondicionado, donde diariamente tiene muy buena acogida, nos cuenta que se inicio por ella misma y con un capital de S/. 300.00. En la actualidad continúa con el mismo negocio y nos cuenta que le va muy bien diariamente.

Con este préstamo de S/ 1,800.00, comprará insumos para sus preparados como: sacos de arroz y azúcar, pollos en kilos y huevos en javas, aceites en docenas, asimismo utensilios de cocina para brindar un servicio de calidad.

Se siente muy bien, para seguir con sus ventas de refrigerios. Agradece al Movimiento Manuela Ramos por contribuir con el cumplimiento de sus sueños y metas.

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