Total loan: $7,975

Union Poderosa Alalay Group

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Cochabamba, Cochabamba Department, Bolivia / Clothing

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

A loan helped to buy merchandise in order to increase her clothing sales business.

Union Poderosa Alalay Group's story

Analy Jaquelin is a single lady with 2 daughters. She sells clothing as a street vendor near a central market. She has been in this activity for 3 years. At first she sold for someone else, but now she has her own business.

She gets up very early, and at 6:00 in the morning she goes directly to sell her merchandise, and in the afternoon she helps her daughters to do their homework.

She invested part of her previous loan in the purchase of some furniture, and she invested the greater part of it to buy more merchandise. She will use this loan for the purchase of merchandise, including seasonal clothing and summer clothing, in order to increase her business.

She knows the other members of her group because they are neighbors, friends, and family.

Her goal related to this loan and to her business is to have her own large business in a fixed location. Her goals and aspirations regarding her life and family are to take care that her daughters are able to become professionals, and to have her own house and car.

Only the members of the group's board of directors appear in the photo because a disbursement was made remotely, due to the pandemic.