María Graciela has a business making and selling jackets. The sales are done from Monday to Saturday from 4-7pm in a market called Tihuanacu. She already has seven years of experience in the industry. Her current loan (within the group) is for 4500 BOB, for the purchase of fabric. With respect to her continuance in Pro Mujer, she has already been in her group for more than a year.
The members of the communal bank Mayas have different businesses. Among them are: skirt and blanket sales, hot dog sales, making jackets, kebab and refreshment sales, making stuffed animals, selling angular pieces of metal (locksmith), and making jackets and knitted items by hand.
La señora María Graciela, tiene como negocio la confección y venta de chamarras. La venta es realizada de lunes a sábado, de cuatro de la tarde a siete de la noche en la feria llamada "Tihuanacu". Su experiencia en el ramo es ya de siete años. Su solicitud actual es de Bs. 4500.- para la compra de tela.
Con respecto a su permanencia en Pro Mujer, ella ya está más de un año en su asociación.
Las integrantes A.C. “Mayas” tienen diferentes negocios, entre ellos: venta de polleras y mantas, venta de salchipapas, confección de chamarras, venta de anticuchos y refrescos, producción de peluches, venta de fierros angulares (Cerrajería), confección de chamarras y tejidos a mano.
This is a Group Loan
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