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Total loan: $7,850

Rositas Rural A Group

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Cochabamba, Cochabamba Department, Bolivia / Retail

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A loan helped to buy merchandise like toys to grow the business.


Rositas Rural A Group's story

Maribel Jimena is 27 years old. She is single and she has one child. She sells toys in her home. She started this business more than two years ago with a few toys and now she has more customers. She wakes up in the morning to take care of household chores and in the afternoon, she is dedicated to her business. Her first loan was invested in the purchase of merchandise which helped her sufficiently to have better profits and to be stable. This loan will also be invested in the purchase of merchandise like toys to grow her business even more. She met the members of her group because they are neighborhood and school friends. Her goals and aspirations in relation to this loan is to have a wholesale store. Her goals and aspirations for her life and her family is to be able to succeed economically to provide for her family. Only the board of directors appears in the photo since a remote disbursement was made due to the pandemic.