A loan of $725 helped to buy fabric of various colors and designs to make more blankets and women's skirts to sell during the Christmas and end of year holidays.

Angelina's story

Angelina is separated, has four children. Two children are in school and the two oldest daughters work and contribute to the household expenses. They live in their own house located in the Urb zone. Tilata is from El Alto city. She completed elementary school and today works making skirts and blankets for women. She sells them in the market in El Alto on Sundays.

She seeks a loan to buy fabric of various colors and designs as the end of year holidays are coming and the sale increase during this time of year. Therefore she wishes to make more skirts and blankets and try to improve her income.

Angelica dreams of having a sewing shop and producing a variety of clothing for women.

This is the second time seeking a loan with IMPRO and the first time with KIVA.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Cindy Kendall

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