Elba sells comforters, pillows and hats in the 16 de Julio market in the city of El Alto. To do this, she gets up very early on market days which are Thursdays and Sundays. Occasionally, she also travels to Caranavi (Sud Yungas) to sell the same type of merchandise. She lives with her husband, Hermogenes Botello, and they both work a lot to be able to support their two daughters who are both in college. They are requesting this loan to purchase a vehicle, which they will use to provide taxi service.
La señora Elba se dedica a la comercializacion de edredones, almohadas y gorras en la feria 16 de Julio ubicada en la Ciudad de El Alto, actividad que realiza desde muy tempranas horas de la mañana los dias de feria los cuales son jueves y domingos, aparte doña Elba en algunas ocaciones viaja a Caranavi (Sud Yungas) a vender este mismo tipo de mercaderia. Ella vive con Hermogenes Botello su esposo, ambos trabajan bastante para poder sacar adelante a sus dos hijas ya que ambas estan estudiando en la universidad. Requieren el credito para adquirir una movilidad, la cual la pondran a trabajar como taxi.
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