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Victoria
Victoria belongs to the María Auxiliadora Communal Bank in the Tarapoto district, San Martin province, San Martín department. She is 49, single, and has four daughters. All of them are independent. She has an elementary school education.

The tenacious spirit, which has always characterized her, and the desire to get ahead using her own wherewithal have been useful in starting her own business selling groceries. She tells us that she has been in this business for eight years. Little by little she gained experience in this type of business. She has been making herself well known and liked among her customers.

With her first loan for 300 PEN she bought crates of eggs and packages of noodles. That is how she started selling, and little by little sales increased.

She currently has loyal customers; neighborhood friends, inhabitants of the area, and neighbors. They come to her store daily to shop, and they find everything a housewife needs. She personally waits on them with her characteristic charisma.

With this loan for 1,500 PEN she will buy packages of oatmeal, different flavors of tea (chamomile and anise), milk, crates of different brands of canned fish, cleaning tools for the home, and personal hygiene products in order to keep giving her customers good service.

Vicky, as she is affectionately called, is happy with the work she does. She is grateful to the Manuela Ramos Movement for contributing to the fulfillment of her dreams and goals.
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La Sra. Victoria, pertenece al Banco Comunal “María Auxiliadora”, Distrito de Tarapoto, Provincia de San Martin y Departamento de San Martín. Es Soltera tiene 49 años y es madre de 04 hijas; todos independientes. Estudio Primaria Completa.

Su espíritu luchador que siempre le caracterizo y las ganas de salir adelante con sus propios medios le ha valido para iniciar su propio negocio de venta de abarrotes. Nos cuenta que lleva 08 años en este negocio, poco a poco fue ganando experiencia en este tipo de actividad y haciéndose muy conocida y querida entre sus clientes. Con su primer crédito de 300 Nuevos Soles compró, huevos en jabas, fideos en paquetes así empezó vendiendo y poco a poco fue surgiendo más.

Actualmente cuenta con clientela fija; amigos del barrio, moradores y vecinos que a diario acuden a su tienda a comprar, donde allí encuentran todo lo necesario que el ama de casa necesita y es ella quien personalmente les atiende con el carisma que le caracteriza.

Con este crédito de S/ 1,500.00 Nuevos Soles, comprará avena en paquetes, té en diferentes sabores (manzanilla y anís), leche y conservas de pescado en cajas y en variedad de marcas, utensilios de aseo para el hogar y de higiene personal para continuar dando una mejor atención a sus clientes.

Vicky como le dicen de cariño está contenta con su la actividad que realiza. Y agradece al Movimiento Manuela Ramos por contribuir con el cumplimiento de sus sueños y metas.

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