Total loan: $6,900

Kayimbaya Group

El Alto, La Paz Department, Bolivia / Food

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A loan helped to buy vegetables in bulk.

Kayimbaya Group's story

The communal banking group "Kayimbaya," which is part of the Villa Tejada agency, is made up of 8 members. They are friends and neighbors from the area and the group is directed by a board, and Fronicia serves as President.

Fronicia is 45 years old, she is married, and she has six children. Currently she has a business selling vegetables. She notes that she learned this business many years ago.

She is asking for a loan in order to buy vegetables in bulk. She will buy them from distributors in the city of La Paz. Then she will sell them via her food stall. This method of work allows her to generate income for supporting her family economically. Her goal is to grow her business. Fronicia asks that you support her work via the communal banking loan.