Miraflores De San Roque Group
Martha is married and has three children. Her business is buying and selling footwear. She sells in an itinerant manner, usually at the San Roque fair.
This first loan is for 1,000 BOB. It will be used to buy merchandise. She will buy different colors and sizes of footwear.
Eight women are members of the communal bank. They have different businesses like selling vegetables, weaving by hand, selling shoes, selling food, a store of decorative moldings done in stucco, selling clothes, selling books, and a neighborhood store.
La señora Martha esta casada y es madre de tres niños. Su negocio es el de la compra y venta de calzados. Realiza esta actividad de manera ambulante, generalmente en la feria de San Roque.
Este primer crédito es por Bs 1000 el mismo que será utilizado para la compra de mercadería, es decir calzados de diferentes tamaños y colores.
Las integrantes de la asociación comunal, son ocho mujeres. Tienen negocios diferentes, como: venta de verduras, tejido a mano, venta de zapatos, venta de comida, tienda de estuquería, venta de ropa, venta de libros, tienda de barrio.
This is a Group Loan
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