14 De Junio Group
Aurora says this is the first time that she has worked with Pro Mujer and that she joined at the invitation of the promoter. Currently she has a business sewing traditional Andean skirts. She has been doing this for 11 years, learning from her aunt who used to do the same thing.
The loan that she will take out now is to buy fabric (increase capital). She will buy the fabric in bulk on Max Paradez street. Once the skirts are made she will sell them by request to different stores. This work allows her to generate income to support her family, since she is married and has two children.
La señora Aurora, indica que es la primera vez que trabaja en Pro Mujer y que ingreso por invitación de la promotora. En la actualidad ella tiene un negocio de costura de polleras, que viene trabajando hace once años atrás, aprendiendo el mismo de su tía que antiguamente realizaba esta actividad.
El crédito que ahora sacará es para la compra tela (aumentar capital). Este producto los comprará por mayor de la calle Max Paredez, posteriormente cuando ya estén elaborados los productos los venderá a pedido en diferentes tiendas. Esta forma de trabajo le permite generar recursos para apoyar a su familia, pues ella es casada y tiene dos hijos.
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