Arco Iris Group
Narcisa sells cheese, a business that she has been doing over 10 years. Her desire to have her own business and improve her economic situation was the reason to start her own business. As a second activity she offers tamales that she sells door to door. These businesses have allowed her to improve supporting her children with their studies. She is happy because her work can continue to support her mother who is in her care.
Narcisa's greatest desire is to finish building her house because it is only wood. The requested loan is going to be allocated to her business by buying cheese to fulfill her orders. Narcisa is separated and has 2 independent children. She thanks those who made this loan possible, which helps her achieve her goals. In the photo, Narcisa is in the back row, the third from the right side wearing a blue polo shirt and grey vest.
La señora Narcisa se dedica a la venta de quesos, negocio que lleva hace más de 10 años, sus deseos de contar con un negocio propio y mejorar su economía fue que la motivo a emprender su propio negocio, como segunda actividad ofrece tamales la cual lo realiza ambulatoriamente, dichos negocios le ha permitido mejorar apoyar a sus hijos con sus estudios. Se siente feliz pues con su trabajo puede seguir apoyando a su madre la cual está a su cargo. Su mayor deseo es de terminar de construir su vivienda pues solo es de madera. El crédito que solicito lo va destinar para su negocio comprando quesos y así entregar sus pedidos. Narcisa es separada y tiene 02 hijos independiente. Ella agradece a los que hicieron posible este crédito, ya que le ayuda a cumplir sus metas. Narcisa se encuentra en el parte posterior es la tercera del lado derecho viste polo azul y chaleco plomo.
About EDAPROSPOEDAPROSPO seeks to use micro-credit to foster productive commercial activity for the sake of economic and social development within vulnerable urban and rural sectors traditionally neglected by commercial banks. By offering innovative products such as technical education loans and microfinance groups for young people, EDAPROSPO helps disadvantaged Peruvians lift themselves out of poverty.
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