Total loan: $1,450
El Alto, La Paz Department, Bolivia / Food
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A loan helped to enlarge her food stall and to buy rice and noodles wholesale, to provide for her new clients.
Gloria Margarita's story
Gloria is a woman of 54, married, mother to two children, and her business is food sales. She is entrepreneurial, responsible, hardworking, dedicated, and optimistic. She does business in the "16 de julio" area, notable for being a place for commerce of all types. Gloria has brown skin and is of medium stature, with long dark braided hair. She dresses traditionally (shawl, skirt, and hat), her mother tongue is Aymara, and she speaks Spanish for business. Her work is making quick food and traditional dishes such as fried chicken, chicken "chicharrón" and pork "chicharrón," stew, etc. Recently the construction of a sports center in front of her food stall was completed, causing her to have more customers than usual. She needs to enlarge her food stall and also needs to buy rice and noodles wholesale. She shares her life only with her spouse, because her daughters are big now and they live by themselves. These are the reasons that Gloria is requesting a loan to to enlarge her food stall and to buy rice and noodles wholesale, to provide for her new clients.