Rosa makes and sells bread. She has an establishment in the city center of Sololá, where she sells warm bread to her customers every day. She learned from her husband and works with it because it leaves good profits that help her to provide for her daughter. She has been doing this for eight years.
She is requesting a loan of Q 10,000 [GTQ] to buy a computer (the one she has is obsolete). With this computer, her daughter will be able to work on her daily school projects.
Rosa’s dreams are to expand her business and support her daughter so that she can study and become a professional in the future.
Ella se dedica a la elaboración y venta de pan. Cuenta con un local en el centro del municipio de Sololá en donde les vende a sus clientes pan caliente todos los días. Esta actividad la aprendió de su esposo y la realiza porque le genera buenas ganancias que le ayudan a brindarle alimentación, ropa y educación a su hija. Tiene 8 años de estar realizando esta actividad.
Ella solicita un préstamo de Q 10,000.00 para compra de una computadora (tiene una computadora ya obsoleta) para que su hija pueda realizar sus trabajos estudiantiles que le son requeridos todos los días.
Sueña con ampliar la venta de pan y apoyar a su hija en sus estudios y que en un futuro sean una profesional.
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ADICLA's youth entrepreneurship loans allow young people without prior credit histories to borrow in groups, an opportunity that is not offered by many other microfinance institutions in Guatemala. The loans will be used to help them start small businesses.
About ADICLAADICLA (Association for the Holistic Development of the Basin of Lake Atitlán) is nonprofit rural community development association that provides small loans and services to improve quality of life in two of the poorest regions of Guatemala, home to large indigenous populations. Kiva funding will be used to support three innovative credit initiatives: youth business loans, green loans, and smaller loans to help ADICLA move down-market and serve poorer clients.
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