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Yolanda
.Yolanda is 37 years old. She is a woman who is hard-working and purposeful and has a great will to advance. Her partner is Wilder, with whom she has five daughters: Jennifer, 15, Tania, 12, Dalixa, 9, Olga, 7, and Vanesa, 5. They live together in their own house.

Her work is making and selling indigenous handicrafts (blankets, skirts, necklaces, and other items), which she makes at home and sells as a walking vendor in the tourist plaza; tourists are her principal customers. She has the help of her older daughters, who help her in the preparation and sale of the handicrafts. She began more than 4 years ago, learning this business from her mother. She considers her business profitable because of the good earnings that it leaves her to pay the household expenses and help her husband. What she doesn't like is that it is tiring to have to walk every day looking for customers; for that reason, she would like to rent a shop where she would have everything ready to be seen.

This is her fifth loan with the MFP institution, so she hopes to meet her goals. In addition to getting along well in her community bank, since she was able to note that it is a united group, she hopes that they will continue in the same way.

With the 1200 PEN that she has applied for, she will invest in the purchase of materials to make tablecloths with indigenous designs, necklaces, bracelets, and other articles that she sells.
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Yolanda tiene 37 años, es una mujer trabajadora, decidida y con muchas ganas de salir adelante. Su pareja es Wilder, con quien tiene cinco hijas: Jennifer de 15, Tania de 12, Dalixa de 9, Olga de 7 y Vanesa de 5 años. Juntos viven en su casa propia.
Ella se dedica a la elaboración y venta de artesanías nativas (mantas, faldas, collares y otros), las cuales prepara en su casa y las vende de forma ambulatoria en la plaza a los turistas, quienes son sus principales clientes. Cuenta con el apoyo de sus hijas mayores, quienes le apoyan en la preparación y venta de las artesanías. Empezó hace más de 4 años, aprendiendo esta actividad de su madre. Considera rentable su negocio por las buenas ganancias que le deja para solventar los gastos de su hogar y apoyar a su pareja. Lo que no le gusta es que es cansado tener que caminar todos los días buscando clientes, por eso quisiera alquilar un local donde tendría todo listo para la atención.

Este es su quinto préstamo con la institución MFP, por lo que espera cumplir con sus objetivos. Además de estar bien con su banco comunal, pues pudo observar que es un grupo unido y espera que sigan de la misma manera.
Con el monto solicitado, de 1200 nuevos soles, invertirá en la compra de material para la elaboración de mantas con diseños nativos, collares, pulseras y los otros artículos que vende.

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    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD