Total loan: $7,700

El Progreso Group

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Oruro, Departamento Autónomo de Oruro, Bolivia / Food

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A loan helped to purchase ganoderma mushroom products.

El Progreso Group's story

Since she was very young, Mirtha has worked independently since they were several siblings without a father and their mother could not pay all the expenses. Today, still young, she is very hard-working.

She began selling coffee, tea, and ganoderma mushroom products. She sold them travelling through the streets all day, suffering great discrimination from society for not having much money. To date, she continues helping her mother with money for the siblings.

Currently, she continues working selling the ganoderma mushroom products but has a small amount of capital since the money earned goes to the sustenance of her siblings.

It is for this that she now asks for a loan to be able to increase her products more. She aspires to open her own store for her customers to consume her products and she can generate more income.