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Jesus
Jesús, 34 years old, is a friendly working woman. She lives with James who is an employee and father of her four children, Billy, James, Johnny and Patrick who are 12, 10, 7 and 2 years of age respectively. They live in her sister’s house. They have their own property but they don’t live there as it is so far away.

Jesús sells food such as noodles, stews, juanes (a Peruvian dish with chicken, rice, spices, beaten eggs and hard boiled eggs, bundled tightly in banana leaves and then placed in a pot to cook) and beverages in the morning at a stand in the city marketplace, where she cordially attends to her customers who visit her daily because of her tasty preparations.

She began this a little more than a year ago, with a little bit of her own capital and thanks to the support of her brother she successfully established herself. She considers her business profitable because the earnings have helped her through many predicaments, and besides that she is always preparing something for her family, and so avoids food household expenses.

She started her business with the desire of having her own earnings and not to depend only on her partner, but to support him with the expenses and to bring a better quality of life to her family. Now she is saving because in the future she wants to open a grocery store at home, in order to be closer to her children during the day. This will be her fourth loan through MFP. She is grateful and happy knowing she has financial support to reach her plans, and she agrees to comply with the payment plan as she did with her previous loans. She also likes the communal bank because of the support they give each other.

With the amount requested of 1000 soles, she will buy the necessary ingredients in order to make her dishes such as rice, sugar, oil, and more. She will search for low prices in order to have better earnings.
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Jesús, de 34 años de edad, es una mujer trabajadora y amable. Convive con james quien es empleado y padre de sus 4 hijos, Billy, James, Johnny y Patrick de 12, 10, 7 y 2 años de edad respectivamente. Juntos habitan la casa de su hermana, cuentan con terreno propio pero no lo habitan por lo lejos que se encuentra.
La actividad que realiza Jesús es la venta de comida como tallarines, estofados, juanes y refrescos por las mañanas en un puesto en el mercado de la ciudad, donde atiende cordialmente a sus clientes quienes la visitan a diario por la buena sazón en sus preparaciones.
Se inició hace más de 1 año, con un pequeño capital propio y gracias al apoyo de su hermano a logrado establecerse. Considera su negocio rentable por las ganancias que le deja y le ha servido para salir de muchos apuros, además de lo que prepara siempre queda algo para su familia, asi evita gastos de aliemnto en su hogar.
Se decidió a empezar con su negocio por el deseo de contar con sus propios ingreso y no depender únicamente de su pareja, más bien apoyarlo con los gastos y brindar una mejor calidad de vida a su familia. Ahora está ahorrando, pues desea en un futuro abrir una bodega de abarrotes en su casa, para así estar más cerca de sus hijos durante el día. Éste será el préstamo número 04 con la institución MFP. Está agradecida y contenta de saber que contará con un apoyo financiero para realizar sus planes. Por eso se compromete a cumplir con el pago de sus cuotas como en créditos anteriores. Además está a gusto con su banco comunal por el apoyo que se brindan mutuamente.
Con el monto solicitado de 1000 nuevos soles, lo invertirá en la compra de ingredientes necesarios para la preparación de sus alimentos como arroz, azúcar, aceites y otros. Buscará precios bajos, así tendrá mayores ganancias.

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