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Yolanda
Yolanda belongs to the “Los Eucaliptos” communal bank in the Tarapoto District, San Martín Province, San Martín Department. She lives with her partner, is 45 years old and has 3 children, 1 who is still studying and is dependent on her.

Yolanda is a hard working and persistent woman and she feels capable of fulfilling her goals and dreams. She started selling groceries several years ago, always with the support of her spouse. With her first loan that Manuela Ramos provided she set up her business further. It is located in her own home and is a very well equipped premise. She is well known and loved among her customers.

Currently she already has a loyal customer base who come to her store daily for purchases and it is she who personally serves them with the charisma that she is known for.

With the 2,000 PEN loan she will buy sackfuls of rice and sugar, packets of pasta, cartons of milk, cleaning products for the home and for personal hygiene so that she continues to provide better service to her customers.

Nowadays Yolanda considers herself very fulfilled, with hopes of moving forward and realizing her dreams. She is extremely grateful to the Manuela Ramos Movement for helping her to start her business and it has a lot of women who want to be entrepreneurs.
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La señora Yolanda, pertenece al Banco Comunal “Los Eucaliptos”, Distrito de Tarapoto, Provincia de San Martín, Departamento de San Martín . Es Conviviente, tiene 45 años, 03 hijos, 01 que aun estudia y depende de ella.

Yolanda, es una mujer trabajadora, perseverante que se siente capaz de cumplir sus metas y sueños, hace varios años, que se dedica a la venta de abarrotes, siempre contando con el apoyo de su esposo. Con su primer préstamo que Manuela Ramos le brindó, implementó mucho más su negocio, ubicado en su misma casa, un local muy bien acondicionado, es muy conocida y querida entre sus clientes.

En la actualidad tiene una clientela ya fidelizada que a diario acude a su tienda a comprar y es ella quien personalmente les atiende con el carisma que la caracteriza.

Con este préstamo de S/ 2,000.00, comprará arroz y azúcar en sacos, fideos en paquetes, leche en cajas, utensilios de aseo para el hogar y de higiene personal para continuar dando una mejor atención a sus clientes.

Yolanda, hoy en día se siente una mujer muy realizada, con ganas de seguir adelante y hacer realidad sus sueños. Agradece bastante al Movimiento Manuela Ramos por ayudarla a iniciar su negocio y ha muchas mujeres que quieren ser emprendedoras.

About Peru

  • $12,000
    Average annual income
  • 120
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $57,345,725
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.9
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD