Kiva Loan Dedication

Las Favoritas…

Food
Food
Bolivia
La Paz / El Alto
Bolivia
$2,500
Loan
Amount

The "Las Favoritas" communal bank will begin its seventh cycle with "Pro Mujer", through the Cascada regional office. Made up of nine members, Las Favoritas group is directed by a board presided over by Virginia. The members of this communal bank have various types of businesses, including: brick cutting, businesses selling plaster, food, clothes, noodle soups, jumpers and macrame blankets and grocery stores, This loan will benefit micro businesses in Virginia's group that are in different lines of work. Virginia has said that she joined Pro Mujer two years,…

The "Las Favoritas" communal bank will begin its seventh cycle with "Pro Mujer", through the Cascada regional office. Made up of nine members, Las Favoritas group is directed by a board presided over by Virginia. The members of this communal bank have various types of businesses, including: brick cutting, businesses selling plaster, food, clothes, noodle soups, jumpers and macrame blankets and grocery stores, This loan will benefit micro businesses in Virginia's group that are in different lines of work. Virginia has said that she joined Pro Mujer two years, following an invitation from a friend who was a member of the bank. Virginia currently has a business selling food. She says that some years ago she had a cheese business but decided to start a foods business, with the help of another woman. This loan will be used to increase stock (to buy rice and noodles in bulk) which will be bought in the shops of El Alto city and, following production, it will be sold in her sales outlet. This type of work will allow her to generate an income to support her household. She is married with four children. When asked what she likes about Pro Mujer, Virginia responds that she likes the health area.

To: Larissa Kravanja

Dedicated
January 2, 2013
by Mayra