A loan of $1,475 helped to pay for graduation fees.

Mirtha Miriada's story

Mirtha has always dreamt of becoming a professional. To achieve her goal, Mirtha has enrolled in the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés. She plans on graduating in March, 2014, but without a loan from Vittana, she fears that she will need to defer her graduation.

Mirtha plans on using the loan to cover the cost of her graduation fees. Often there are fees for earning your title in business before graduating. In addition to her responsibilities at school, Mirtha currently works 30 hours a week as a legal assistant and earns $9 a day. With a degree in business, she expects to earn $34 a day.

Mirtha's parents were never able to complete their primary education. For her family of four, finances have always been tight. With two older siblings already attending college, Mirtha is unsure how she will be able to afford her tuition fees on her own without the assistance of a Vittana loan. Mirtha's father's salary from his job as a landlord is the family's primary source of income.

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