Lídia is the president of the community bank. She is married and has four children.
More than ten years ago, some friends taught Lídia to sell 'tunta' and, seeing that it was a business that made good profits, she decided to keep it going. She currently buys 'tunta' in the city of El Alto, in a business area called 'La Ceja', and she takes it to the city of Oruro to sell.
Lídia says that she will use her loan to buy more 'tunta' since it is a product that is very much in demand as it is an important ingredient in traditional festive meals such as 'saita de pollo'.
When we asked her what she most likes about Pro Mujer, she replied that she likes the loans.
The ladies of the Naranjitas community bank are happy in this picture because they are planning to share a meal on the day of this meeting. There are seven bank members in this photo and also the lady who cooked the meal (the lady in the orange sweater and checked waistcoat in the back row, standing up). Salustio's photo appears in the upper right-hand corner.
La señora Lidia presidenta de la BC “Naranjitas”, esta casada y tiene cuatro hijos.
Hace mas de diez años, unas amigas le enseñaron a vender “tunta” y viendo que era un negocio que le brindaba ganancias decidió mantenerlo, actualmente ella compra “tunta” de la ciudad de El Alto, de una zona comercial llamada La Ceja y lleva a vender a la ciudad de Oruro.
La señora Lidia indica que utilizará su crédito para comprar tunta, debido a que es un producto muy requerido, debido a que se trata de un ingrediente importante en los platos tradiciones de fiesta como la sajta de pollo.
Cuando le consultan sobre qué es lo que más le gusta de Pro Mujer, ella responde que le gusta el crédito.
Las señoras de la Banca Comunal “Naranjitas” se encontraban entusiasmadas por que tenían planificado compartir un plato de comida, este día de reunión, se ubicaron en la foto siete socias y la señora que cocinó el plato (señora de chompa anaranjada y chaleco a cuadros, en la fila de atrás, de pie). (La foto del señor Salustio se encuentra en esquina superior derecha)
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