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Margarita Francisca
Señora Margarita Francisca G. L. is 36 and lives in the town of San Luis, in the district of Salpo, in the province of Otuzco, in the state of La Libertad, Peru. She only studied through elementary school because her father didn't want to support her education any futher. She stayed at home helping her mother take care of her brothers and sisters. She has five children, three of whom depend on her economically. Margarita has bought and sold animals for 14 years. She started off by selling vegetables, but she abandoned this business because she didn't earn a lot of profits. Now she buys and sells cows, pigs, and guinea pigs. At harvest time she also buys and sells cereal and potatoes. She has her business at her home. With her first credit of 300 soles, which she received from the communal bank "Mujeres Trabajadoras" (Hard-Working Women), she invested in the purchase of vegetables to sell. With this credit of 2,500 soles, which will be repaid in 4 months, she will invest in the purchase of a bull. Margarita dreams about buying a taxi. She belongs to the "vaso de leche" program (glass of milk- a nutritional program in Peru) in her area.
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La señora Margarita Francisca G. L. tiene 36 años, vive en el caserío de San Luis, distrito de Salpo, provincia de Otuzco, departamento de La Libertad, Perú.
Ella estudio solo primaria completa debido a que su padre no la quiso apoyar para seguir estudiando y se quedo en casa ayudando a su madre a cuidar a sus hermanos, tiene 05 hijos de los cuales 03 dependen de ella económicamente.
Margarita se dedica a la compra- venta de animales hace ya 14 años, al comienzo vendía verduras, negocio que abandono ya que no le dejaba muchas ganancias, ahora se dedica a la compra-venta de reces, cerdos y huachos, así también en tiempos de cosecha a la compra-venta de cereales y papa, su negocio se desarrolla en su domicilio.
Con el primer crédito de 300 soles que recibió de su banco comunal “Mujeres Trabajadoras”, lo invirtió en la compra de verduras para la venta.
Con el crédito de 2500 soles, que será cancelado en 4 meses, lo invertirá en la compra de un toro.
Margarita sueña con comprarse un taxi.
Ella pertenece al vaso de leche de su sector.

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