A loan of $800 helped to buy flour, anise, and eggs to make a special bread called "Pan de Laja".

Reina's story

Reina sells “pan de Laja” (It is special bread made in the Laja community. It has the distinctive quality of being very healthful, with little salt and no yeast). She sells it three times a week. She also helps her parents make the bread.

The loan that she needs is to buy ingredients like flour, anise, and eggs in greater quantity.

She lives in her parents’ house, which is located in Laja in the La Paz department. She is single and has one child.

Reina is very happy with the previous loans she was granted. This is the fourth time she has requested a loan from IMPRO, and it is her third time to request a Kiva loan.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ginny Kalish

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