Meet Janeth, a Micro-Entrepreneur from Bolivia

May 6, 2011 at 2:41 pm 1 comment


In impoverished communities throughout Latin America, women often have limited or no access to vital services such as finance, training and health care, yet they aspire to a better life for themselves and their families.

Meet Janeth, a 38-year old mother of three children and a micro-entrepreneur from Santa Cruz, Bolivia.

Before joining Pro Mujer, Janeth had no income of her own and was dependent on others. An initial loan of US$150 gave her the opportunity to start a small but successful business, invest in her own personal development and help provide for her family.

Watch her tell her story and feel free to make your tax-deductible gift safely and securely through our Donate Now page so that women like Janeth not only become small business owners, but owners of their own destinies.

Entry filed under: Success Stories, The Women of Pro Mujer. Tags: , , , , .

Les Presentamos a Janeth, una Microempresaria de Bolivia Carmen Velasco Appears on CNN en Español

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  • 1. janeth :: elie gardner :: multimedia journalist  |  May 7, 2011 at 11:38 am

    […] Janeth back in January. She’s one of many women whose life has been changed by an NGO named Pro Mujer. An initial loan of $150 got Janeth started in the chocolate business. She makes truffles and […]

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