Norma's business is making baked goods, bread, empanadas and alfajores, which she sells in her own home and delivers her orders to schools. She has three years of experience in this traD.. She runs her business in her own home found in the south east of Cochabamba city, in a peri-urban area in the Mineros San Juan neighborhood.
Her husband is a contractor and she says that her work creates an income for the maintenance of her family.
The money she is requesting will be used to buy flour, sugar, butter and other necessary ingredients to continue the development of her business.
La Sra. Norma tiene como actividad la elaboración D. pan, empanadas, alfajores, las cuales comercializa ya sea en su mismo domicilio como entrega a pedido en colegios indica que tiene experiencia D. 3 años en esta actividad la actividad que nombramos lo desarrolla en su propio domicilio que se encuentra en el sudoeste D. la ciudad D. Cochabamba una zona periurbana en la Urbanización Mineros San Juan; su esposo es contratista la señora indica que con su actividad genera ingresos para su familia para su manutención; el dinero que se le otorga es para la compra D. harina, azúcar, manteca y otros insumos necesarios para continuar desarrollando su actividad.
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