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Total loan: $7,175

Ocaso Group

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Oruro, Departamento Autónomo de Oruro, Bolivia / Food

Ocaso Group's loan finished fundraising,
but these similar borrowers just need a little more help to reach their goals!


A loan helped to pay for an anticrético contract [Translator's note: Anticrético is a type of rental agreement where the renter pays a lump sum to be repaid at the end of the term].


Ocaso Group's story

The Ocaso group is composed of 10 members. In the photo, due to the pandemic, only the 3 members of the Board of Directors are present, Angeles Victoria appears on the right side, Jennifer Coral appears in the center of the photo and Silvia Eugenia appears on the left side.

The story was told to us by Ángeles, who sells food in a boarding house in the northern zone. She told us that this is the first time she has taken out a loan and that she needs the money to buy supplies in bulk, a large stove and two large pots.

She came from the city of Beni and has been living in our city for 10 years now. She is happy to have her food selling business and to have located a retail space in a very busy area.

She says she wants to make a name for herself to expand her business and thinks that with her next loan she will be able to afford an anticrético, which is her next goal.