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Maria Jacinta
María Jacinta belongs to the communal bank Cruz de Motupe in the Independencia district, Huaraz province, in Ancash.
She is 38 years old and has two children with her partner. She has had difficulties in her personal life, having an adolscent daughter who suffers from high blood pressure but is slowly getting better.

She wants to grow her grocery and chili peppers business and that she has on Caraz Street, and also in a provisional manner on market days in the city of Huaraz. She brings the products from the city of Barranca. It’s been a major challenge because she started her business with one bag of toilet paper and, today, she has invested everything into the enterprise totalling approximately 5,000.00 soles. Now she is progressing calmly and she pays her business permit on market days for the post she occupies there. Days she isn’t at the market, she sells her products on foot.

With this loan of 1,200.00 soles, to be repaid in 6 installments, she will buy bags of peppers to have in reserve.

María states that she would like to receive lessons/guidance on how to make things better for her family, because she thinks it’s very important to help her children.
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María Jacinta pertenece al Banco Comunal Cruz de Motupe del distrito de Independencia, provincia de Huaraz, departamento de Ancash.

Tiene 38 años de edad y dos hijos con su conviviente. En su vida personal ha tenido una dificultad, el tener una hija adolescente que sufre de la presión, pero que poco a poco está mejorando.

Desea agrandar su negocio de abarrotes y ajíes que expende en el jr. Caraz s/n de manera provisional los días de feria de la ciudad de Huaraz, estos productos los trae desde la ciudad de Barranca. Ha sido su mayor reto porque al iniciar su negocio lo hizo con una bolsa de papel higiénico y ahora tiene invertido en todo su negocio un monto aproximado de cinco mil soles. Ahora se está desarrollando tranquilamente y paga su permiso de venta los días de feria por el lugar que ocupa su puesto de venta y los días donde no hay feria vende sus productos caminando.

Con este préstamo de S/. 1,200, el cual será cancelado en seis cuotas, comprará sacos de ají para tenerlos en reserva.

María afirma que le gustaría recibir charlas para saber llevar mejor su familia porque cree que es muy importante para ayudar a sus hijos.

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