A loan of $1,200 helped purchase 5 rolls of lace.


Rosa's story

Ms. Rosa T. works alongsiD. her children making enaguas—traditional skirts worn by women in the western part of the country. Ms. T. has a stand on Rene Vargas Street in the city of El Alto. She can be considered a woman who generates employment opportunities because asiD. from selling her garments, she also produces them, or gives them to third parties so that they can produce them. Clemente A. Condori, her husband, is a contractor who currently works in the city of Cochabamba. The couple has two children together. They work hard and make great efforts for the good of their children. Their dream is to proviD. their children with a good education so that they can grow up to be decent people. Ms. T. will invest this loan in purchasing 5 rolls of lace in order to make skirts.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Elizabeth Casian



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