The president, Asunta, is a young woman who lives with her partner and five children. As for her business, Asunta has a business selling belts. She purchases wholesale belts and sells them retail in the Ceja market in the city of El Alto.
What she likes best about Pro Mujer is the opportunity for health services and the possibility of saving money.
The woman of the “Libertad” communal bank are shown in the photo during a meeting that they attend.
La presidenta, la señora Asunta es una mujer joven, convive con su pareja y tiene cinco hijos.
Con respecto al negocio de la señora presidenta, ella tiene el negocio de venta de cinturones.
Ella compra cinturones por mayor y los vende por menor de manera ambulante por la Ceja de la ciudad de El Alto.
Lo que más le gusta de Pro Mujer es la oportunidad de contar con la atención en salud y la posibilidad de ahorrar.
Las señoras de la banca comunal "Libertad" salen en la foto con una visita que las acompaña.
This is a Group Loan
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