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Ana Yenny's story

Ana, a business woman, lives with Señor Honoratito and they have three small children. Mrs. Yenny used to work as a housekeeper and it was there that she first saw that the woman she worked for brought clothes, sheets, quilts and other products from Oruro as her business. This sparked her interest in the business and, with the help of her employer, she began to drive her on the trips to distribute the products in the markets in Santa Cruz. Three years ago she became independent and brings all the before-mentioned products to her home, which she inherited, where she has a small building she and her husband worked to put up. Six months ago her youngest child was born and, because of this, she stopped traveling and her resources have begun to decrease. The loan she would like to receive from this organization would be of much help to allow her to start traveling and begin to increase profits once again. Lately she is buying very little merchandise, but here in Santa Cruz she could distribute it all at once to the businesses with encouraging profits. Her dream is to be able to bring a lot of merchandise like her former employer did and, in this way, finish the construction of her home and buy her own vehicle.

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