Total loan: $1,675
El Alto, La Paz Department, Bolivia / Retail
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Uñatatasiñani Group's loan finished fundraising,
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A loan helped To buy merchandise (baby clothing, tubes, potatoes, watch accessories).
Uñatatasiñani Group's story
“Uñatatasiñani” means “we realize,” and it is a group of 10 women, who came together because they needed to get a loan to improve their businesses. All of them have different businesses, including buying and selling footwear and baby clothing, a hardware store, tools for welding, potatoes, and accessories for a watch store. Emiliana López is 37 years old, and she has sold baby clothing for 3 years. She buys her merchandise in “Tumusla” and sells it in fairs in the city of El Alto, like the “Fair of July 16,” which is one of the largest fairs in Bolivia. She needs a loan to buy merchandise.
Translated from Spanish by Avni Shah, Kiva Volunteer