A loan of $1,025 helped to pay for graduation fees.

Ana Maria's story

Ana dreams of becoming an international trade manager, but without a degree, she knows it may never be possible. Ana was accepted into the Universidad Tecnologica Boliviana, and now with the chance to achieve her dream, she is concerned about affording tuition fees.

With this loan, Ana plans to pay her graduation fee. This fee is often more expensive than the semester's tuition and is a frequent impediment for graduating students in La Paz.

Ana currently works 30 hours a week, but making time to work and go to school has been one of her biggest challenges. With a career in international trade management, she expects to earn $20 a day, a substantial increase from before.

Ana's parents were never able to complete their primary education. For her family of six, finances have always been tight. As the youngest of four, with one older sibling attending college already, Ana is unsure how she will be able to finance her education on her own without the assistance of a Vittana loan. Ana's father's salary from his job as a carpenter is the family's primary source of income.

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