A loan helped a member to buy supplies.


Sju - Nazareth Group's story

Severina, a 40-year-old woman, is in the middle of the photograph wearing a green t-shirt.

She has worked for three years selling beverages as a street vendor in a commercial area. She uses what she earns to raise her young son, whom she raises alone.

Since the health emergency started, Severina hasn't been able to sell anything because the sale of food and beverages wasn't allowed in Bolivia because of the widespread contagion of Covid-2019.

She requested a loan from Sembrar Sartwi IFD to buy more supplies and be able to increase her products and earn more income that way.

In this group: Freddy , Raquel , Severina, Marina , Rosmery , Maria , Berta , Benedicta

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catharine Wall.


This loan is special because:

It allows financially marginalized people to access loans and training through communal banks.



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