Total loan: $7,850

Las Comedidas Group

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Cochabamba, Cochabamba Department, Bolivia / Retail

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Las Comedidas Group's story

Susy is 31 years old, married, and has five children. For the past ten years she has worked selling plastic wares like bins, basins, etc. She learned the business from her parents. Her work allows her to contribute to her household and support her children, as this is her family's main source of income.

Her business had gradually grown but has been affected by the recent pandemic. Her working capital has decreased because of her household needs during quarantine.

She wants to use this loan to buy merchandise and replace that capital so that her business can sustain itself as it did before the pandemic. This will allow her to continue covering her family's expenses. In time she plans to give all her children a higher education so they can become independent under the best circumstances.

The photo only shows three people, who comprise the group's board of directors. Everyone else attended the meeting remotely in order to comply with the pandemic's safety protocols.