Señor De Locumba Group
Of her 3 sons, only one is still dependent upon her. He is 15 years old and is in middle school.
Barbara is a retired teacher. Out of necessity, she had to look for another source of income so she sells food from a door in her house. In the mornings she prepares soup and in the afternoons lunches. At night she sells pastries and meals.
She is requesting a loan to buy groceries at wholesale so that she can have supplies for her business.
In the photograph, Barbara is dressed in a red sweater and blue pants; she is the second person on the right. The person in the small picture on the right siD. is Erick C. H.. He was not present at the meeting because he was studying. Carlos V. E. is also missing from the group picture; he could not attend the meeting due to the fact that he was traveling.
D. sus 3 hijos, sòlo uno depenD. D. elL. y tiene 15 años estudia en el colegio secundaria.
Bàrbara es docente jubilada; por necesidad tuvo que buscar otro ingreso y venD. comida en L. puerta D. su propia casa. Por las mañanas prepara caldos (sopas), por las tardes menu`s (almuerzos), y por las noches venD. mazamorras (postres), y comidas.
El prèstamo que solicitò es para comprar abarrotes al por mayor y poder abastecer su negocio.
(En L. fotografìa Bàrbara està vestida con chompa color rojo y pantalòn azul, es L. segunda D. L. derecha. L. persona D. L. fotografìa pequeña D. L. parte superior derecha es Erick C. H. no se encontraba presente en L. reuniòn porque estaba estudiando; L. persona que no se encuentra en L. fotografìa es Carlos V. E. y no estuvo presente por motivo D. viaje).
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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