Total loan: $1,450

Nuevo Amanecer Group

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Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Santa Cruz, Bolivia / Retail

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A loan helped to buy food wholesale to stock her country store.

Nuevo Amanecer Group's story

Sixta continues to sell food and basic use items in her neighborhood store. The loan she had was invested in the purchase of groceries in general. Her loan payments were punctual as her business went well and she had no problems. (In the photo she is seated on the right, wearing green pants). At this time she heads a communal bank where the members have businesses like; farming, selling traditional food, making fiber hats, selling livestock, selling used clothing, a construction service and the sales of leather crafts.

Her business is the sales of food and basic use items like sugar, bread, rice, noodles, soft drinks, toilet paper, sweets, etc. in her neighborhood store every day of the week during daylight hours. "I work daily in my business. My customers travel long distances on foot or by motorcycles to buy their weekly food", she comments.

The advantage of her business is that there is no competition for a number of kilometers. and her disadvantage is the lack of capital to buy food wholesale. Her dream is to help her family. She wants to make the purchase of food wholesale to have constant merchandise as the distances are great. This is her 4th loan with the institution in the 9 years she has run her business.

For these reasons she is requesting a loan to buy foodstuffs wholesale to stock her rural store.