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Maryuri Marisol
The Mujeres de Lucha (Women in Struggle) Communal Bank meets every 15 days in the Picoaza Parish. It takes 10 minutes to reach Picoaza from the capital city of Manabi, which is separated by a bridge spanning the Portoviejo River. Picoaza is one of the sectors experiencing greatest commercial growth, with visits by its own residents and outsiders to purchase items. Here one can buy wholesale. The area is known for its toy fair at Christmas, offering the best prices on the market.

In this lovely parish, we spoke with Maryuri, 42 years of age, who for 37 cycles now has been a part of the Women in Struggle Communal Bank. She is an outstanding professional in hand embroidery.
Three years ago she graduated in dressmaking, and she works in the craft of hand embroidery. Maryuri graduated from high school in the parish where she lives. She very much enjoys her work, and she has continued the work, sharing half of her time with household duties. She is married and has three young children.

Maryuri’s work consists of buying material such as terry cloth, threads, sponges, stones, beads, and other accessories to complete the item she is making.

With this new loan, Maryuri will buy all the material she needs, for she has several orders pending delivery, such as covers for blenders and steam tables. She must also be working on Christmas tree skirts, so as to call on her customers and keep the work from piling up on her. She likes to be reliable when it comes time to deliver her items.

Maryuri’s dream is to accumulate a good bit of capital and produce a lot of material, to show to the owners of large stores and bazaars, to sell her work wholesale. She does not rule out the possibility of having her own store to display her goods.
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El banco comunal Mujeres de Lucha se reúne cada 15 días en la parroquia Picoaza se toma en llegar 10 minutos desde la capital manabita, separado por un puente por debajo de el pasa el río Portoviejo, Picoaza es uno de los sectores con mayor crecimiento comercial, donde es visitada por propios y extraños para realizar sus comprar ya que aquí es donde uno puede encontrar diferente comercio a precios del por mayor. Es reconocida por las ferias de juguetes en navidad con los mejores precios del mercado.

En esta bella Parroquia conversamos con la socia Maryuri de 42 años de edad, desde hace 37 ciclos forma parte del banco comunal mujeres de lucha, es una gran profesional en arte de bordar a mano.
Se graduó en modistería hace tres años, y esta dedicada al trabajo artesanal realizado a mano como lo es el bordado, la señora Maryuri se graduó en un liceo de la parroquia donde vive, y le gusto mucho esta labor que no ha dejado de trabajar, combina la tarea del hogar y sus bordados le dedica la mitad de su tiempo, esta casada tiene tres hijos ya jóvenes.

El trabajo de la socia consiste en comprar el material como tela toalla, hilos, esponjas, piedras, chaquiras, y demás accesorios para dar por terminado su elaboración.

Con este nuevo crédito la señora Maryuri comprara todo el material necesario, ya tiene varios pedidos por entregar, como foros de licuadoras de baños y mas, además tiene que ya ir armando los pie de árbol navideño, para ir visitando a sus clientas y ya ir trabajando para que nos e le acumule el trabajo le gusta ser muy responsable a la hora de entregar sus prendas.

El sueño de nuestra socia poder incrementar un buen capital y hacer mucho trabajo para ir a mostrarles a los dueños de almacenes y bazares para entregar al por mayor lo que elabora, así mismo no descarta la posibilidad de tener su propio local para exhibir lo que elabora.


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  • $10,600
    Average annual income
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Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $550 helped Maryuri Marisol to buy terrycloth, threads, sponges, stones, beads.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Apr 22, 2010
Listed
May 4, 2010
Currency Exchange Loss:
N/A
Ended:
Sep 15, 2010