Total loan: $1,450


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Coroico, La Paz Department, Bolivia / Agriculture

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A loan helped to construct a production storage facility.

Neysa's story

Neysa is 20 years old. She lives in the town of Coroico, better known as "the route of death," in the department of La Paz, Bolivia. She lives in a family home with her parents and siblings.

Neysa has been working in agriculture for two years, work that she learned from her forebears. She raises the thousand-year-old coca leaf, which has different uses in the sector, such as medicinal [applications], and is also part of the Aymara tradition. Neysa works five days a week on her agricultural land and takes advantage of the weekends to commercialize her production.

This is the first loan that she has applied for from Sartawi Foundation, and she will use it in the construction of a storage facility to protect her production and working tools.

She has very clear medium-term goals, such as expanding her production and her personal growth.