A loan of $1,325 helped to pay for graduation fees.


Katherine Viviana's story

Katherine dreams of working in the international trade business. To achieve this goal, Katherine is attending the Universidad Tecnológica Boliviana. She plans on graduating in February, 2014 but without a loan from Vittana she thinks that she may need to take time off to work and save until she can return to school.

Katherine 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, Katherine currently works 30 hours a week in a shop and earns $8 a day. Unfortunately, Katherine's parents never had the opportunity to complete their high school education. Growing up, her household finances were always tight. Katherine hopes to be a role model for her younger brother by being the first in her family to graduate from university.



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