Total loan: $6,675

Amigos De San Jose Group

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Sucre, Chuquisaca Department, Bolivia / Food

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A loan helped to buy ingredients, such as flour, yeast and corn starch in order to make bread to sell.

Amigos De San Jose Group's story

Nancy is 44 years old, single, and has three children. She currently has a job selling homemade bread. She studied baking, and says she learned this business five years ago.

The loan she seeks now is to increase her work capital through buying ingredients, such as flour, yeast and corn starch in large quantities, in order to increase her earnings by not buying in kilos. She will later make and sell bread.

Nancy gets up at five in the morning to make the dough for her bread and for cheese rolls and empanadas. She then bakes until 2:00 in the afternoon, and goes out to sell at three p.m. until she finishes.

This form of work allows her to generate resources to support her family financially, as she is a single mother and receives no support from the father of her children. Nancy's aspirations are to make her business grow and to have a bakery. Her goal is to have her own house. Nancy asks that you place trust in her.