A loan of $1,350 helped to buy a machine to cook her chicken on a spit to improve the variety of dishes that she serves and also to increase her income.

Rosa's story

Rosa sells broaster chicken and silpancho. Silpancho is a traditional food that has a piece of meat with two fried eggs on top, served on rice with a couple of fried plantains. She sells her fast food and the food she offers is fresh and of good quality.

She lives in a rented house in Viacha, Villa Mercedes, of the La Paz department. It is approximately an hour from the city of La Paz.

Rosa's dream is to grow. That is why she will use the loan to buy a machine to cook the chicken on a spit. This will really help her and give her a better quality of life and improve her income.

This is the first time she has asked for a loan with IMPRO and the first time with KIVA.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ellen Donohue

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