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Preceded by  Eliane Karp
Name  Pilar de
Succeeded by  Nadine Heredia
Role  Economist

Citizenship  Peruvian Argentine
Spouse  Alan Garcia (m. 1978)
Profession  Economist
Residence  Lima, Peru
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Full Name  Maria del Pilar Nores Bodereau
Born  March 11, 1949 (age 66) Cordoba, Argentina (1949-03-11)
Children  Josefina Garcia Gabriela Garcia Luciana Victoria Garcia Alan Raul Garcia
Alma mater  University of Cordoba London School of Economics
Education  London School of Economics and Political Science, National University of Cordoba
People also search for  Alan Garcia, Alan Raul Simon Garcia

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María del Pilar Nores Bodereau de García (born March 11, 1949) is an Argentine-born Peruvian economist. The wife of former President of Peru, Alan García, she was that nation's First Lady on two occasions.


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Born in Córdoba, Argentina, Pilar Nores was the thirteenth of fourteen children of a traditional family; her father, Rogelio Nores Martínez, served as interim Governor of Córdoba from 1962 to 1963, and was Director of the National University of Córdoba from 1967 to 1970. She completed her primary and secondary education at the Alejandro Carbó School, obtaining her high school diploma at the Manuel Belgrano High School. She enrolled at the National University of Córdoba, and earned a degree in Economics in 1969. She traveled in 1976 to Madrid, where she attended a seminar and met Alan García, a Peruvian lawyer and APRA activist. They were married in 1978, and returned to Peru, where Alan García would be elected to Congress in 1980, and as President of Peru in 1985. The couple would have four children: three daughters, Josefina, Gabriela del Pilar and Luciana Victoria; and a son, Alan Raúl Simón. A first cousin of her father, Víctor Hipólito Martínez, served as Vice President of Argentina from 1983 to 1989.

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During her husband's first presidential period (1985–1990) she created and directed the non-profit Fundación por los Niños del Perú (Foundation for the Children of Peru), a non-governmental organization working with abandoned children. She also initiated and directed the Programa de Asistencia Directa (Direct Assistance Program), a government program promoting the economic and social development of women and infants in Peru.

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She created the Instituto Trabajo y Familia (Institute for Labor and Family - ITYF) in 2001, a non-profit NGO that promotes social and productive development. She started the Juvenile Violence Program to develop and implement prevention plans against juvenile delinquency in the most difficult districts of Lima. Returning as First Lady upon her husband's election in 2006, Mrs. Nores de García had the First Lady's Office terminated. She instead inaugurated the Sembrando Program, a plan that works with the families of Andean communities in Peru, many of whom live in extreme poverty. Installing over 92,000 kitchen and sanitation fixtures in impoverished homes, Sembrando (Sowing) promotes job training and technological innovation to enhance productivity and social development in these communities.

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She and Alan García were separated in 2010, and upon the end of his tenure in 2011, she retired as First Lady with high approval ratings among the Peruvian public.

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