A loan of $1,975 helped to pay for graduation fees.


Marisela's story

Marisela was accepted into the Universidad Amazonia De Pando, and now with the chance to work in business administration, is concerned about affording her school costs. She plans on graduating in November 2014, but without a loan from Vittana, she fears that she will need to defer her graduation.

Marisela plans on using the loan 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 Pando.

Marisela currently works 30 hours a week as a secretary, but making time to work and go to school has been one of her biggest challenges. With a career in business administration, she expects to earn $25 a day.

With one younger brother, Marisela hopes to be a role model by being the first in her family to graduate from university. Marisela's father's salary from his job as a gardener is the family's primary source of income. Marisela hopes to be able to contribute towards her family's income in the near future.



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