14 De Diciembre Group
Isabel, President of the cooperative bank “14 de Diciembre” is both mother and father to three children. More than fifteen years ago, on her own initiative, she opened a food sales business in the “Ceja” behind the Capriles School where she works in the mornings. This business has allowed her to meet the expenses of her household.
This first loan of 2000 Bolivianos will allow her to buy cookware. When asked what she most likes about Pro Mujer, she replies “the training”.
La mesa directiva está compuesta por la presidenta, la señora Isabel, la tesorera, la señora Susania y como secretaria de actas la señora Mery.
La señora Isabel, presidenta de la B.C. “14 de Diciembre”, es padre y madre de tres hijos. Hace quince años por iniciativa propia, abrió su negocio de venta de comida en la “Ceja”, detrás del Colegio Capriles, por las mañanas, es éste negocio el que le ha dado la oportunidad de solventar los gastos de su hogar.
Este primer crédito de Bs 2000.- le servirá para comprar ollas. Cuando se le consulta sobre lo que más le gusta de Pro Mujer, la respuesta es “la capacitación”.
This is a Group Loan
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