Las Flores Al Progreso Group
For 28 years she has had a business making and repairing women’s clothes. She started her business to support her family when she arrived in Lima. She is from the Amazonas department. She is 59 years old, and she has three grown children.
The member would like to invest the loan in the purchase of sewing materials like fabric, thread, and other needed materials. Thanks to the growth of her business, she paid for her three children’s education. Two of her children are now teachers, and one has a hardware business.
Also, she hopes to be able to improve her house thanks to her income. For example, she will pay for a roof. In the long term she yearns to build her house.
*Juana is in the blue hat second (standing) from the left.
La señora Juana es la presidenta del grupo “Las flores al progreso” ella integra el grupo hace 5 meses, esta ubicada en el distrito de Los Olivos, departamento de Lima.
Ella es una madre soltera que hace 28 años cuenta con un negocio de costura confecciona y arregla ropa para damas, empezó su negocio para apoyar a su familia cuando llegó a Lima, ella es originaria del departamento de Amazonas actualmente tiene 59 años y tres hijos mayores de edad. La socia, La quisiera invertir el crédito en comprar materiales para la costura como telas, hilos y otros materiales necesarios gracias al crecimiento de su negocio financió los estudios de sus 3 hijos, de los cuales 2 son ahora profesores y una se dedica al negocio de la ferretería, Asimismo, espera que pueda mejorar su casa gracias a sus ingresos, por ejemplo financiando un techo. Anhela en largo plazo construir su casa.
* La Sra. Juana es la de gorrita azul el la segunda de la derecha (paradas).
About EDAPROSPOEDAPROSPO seeks to use micro-credit to foster productive commercial activity for the sake of economic and social development within vulnerable urban and rural sectors traditionally neglected by commercial banks. By offering innovative products such as technical education loans and microfinance groups for young people, EDAPROSPO helps disadvantaged Peruvians lift themselves out of poverty.
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