Luisa sells used American toys. She gets the second-hand toys in bundles from Oruro and sells them in La Paz. She sells them in the local market. She has a traveling stand that is located on the sidewalk or in distinct places. She is the mother of two; the oldest is 27 years old, and the younger is 14 years old - school age. She is married to Luis, who is a carpenter. He does manual work. This loan is to get brand new toys from Oruro, which will bring in much better revenue, elevating the family's quality of life.
La Señora Luisa se dedica a la venta de juguetes usados americanos ella trae los juguetes en fardos de segunda calidad de Oruro y los vende en La Paz en el mercado de la zona su puesto es ambulante se ubica en la acera o en distintos lugares, es madre de dos hijos, el mayor tiene la edad de 27 años y el menor comprende en la edad de 14 años se encuentra en edad escolar, la señora esta casada con el señor Luis de ocupación carpintero (tallador en madera), realiza su trabajo en forma manual el propósito del préstamo es para traer juguetes de primera calidad de Oruro el cual daría una considerable mejora en sus ingresos elevando la calidad de vida de su familia.
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