Total loan: $1,025


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La Paz, La Paz Department, Bolivia / Food

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A loan helped to buy tables and chairs to expand her business.

Rosmery's story

Rosmery is a 58-year-old woman. She is divorced and has a 29-year-old daughter. Rosmery sells food. She is a good mother, and an entrepreneurial, optimistic, patient, responsible and hardworking woman. She works at a central marketplace which is well-known for its wide variety of stores that sell fruits, vegetables, meat and foodstuff in general. Rosmery is light-skinned. She is not very tall and has short, black hair. Her mother tongue is Spanish. She works selling traditional food such as Paceño (corn, beans, potato and fried cheese), Chairo (a soup made with freeze-dried potatoes), Fricase (pork soup), Picana (chili soup with potatoes, pork and beef), Quesumacha (a dish made with cheese and quinoa), Timpu (beef soup with potatoes and rice), and chicken Sajta (chili, chicken, potatoes, and freeze-dried potatoes). Her dream is to have her own restaurant and sell traditional Bolivian food. She would like to expand her business and buy furniture, such as tables and chairs, so that she can offer her delicious food. This is why Rosmery is requesting a loan to buy tables and chairs to expand her business.