A loan of $3,575 helped a member capital to purchase products.

8 De Marzo Group's story

The association “8 de marzo” belongs to the focal center Villa Adela. For more than 9 years these women have stayed together over the years as a very organized and united group. All are married and have an average of 4 children of various ages, from baby to university age. They hope that their children will finish their studies as many of them, for lack of economic resources, didn’t finish high school.

There are diverse businesses within the association, selling clothing is one of them, selling in the markets of El Alto city; also some sells cosmetics in stands and as a street vendor; another activity in the association is the selling of Patacamaya (a locale near La Paz) cheese, where they make trips to this locale to stock up with a good quantity of cheese to then sell in the markets and festivals of the city.

The association 8 of March needs capital to buy more merchandise, and in this way improve their earnings, with the objective of begin able to save for their childrens’ education and be able to ensure the well-being of their children.

In this group: Gaby, Lidia, Juliana, Martha, Juana, Celia, Florentina, Juana, Rosalia, Fransisca, Lucia, Victoria, Deyci
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Cindy Kendall

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