A loan of $500 helped to buy fabric for her business making blankets and traditional skirts.

Ana's story

Ana has a workshop where she makes blankets and traditional Bolivian skirts that she sells in her shop, which is located in the market "16 de Julio," in the city of El Alto. Ana is a single mother of two children who are 15 and 4 years old, and she lives in a rented home in the Villa Esperanza neighborhood of El Alto.

This loan will be used to purchase raw materials (to buy fabric) to make blankets and traditional skirts. In this way she can satisfy the quantity demanded in her market.

This is her 4th loan with IMPRO, and as a result of her good payment history Ana is approved for another loan.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Lisa Grobar

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