Pro Mujer is a Latin American NGO founded in Bolivia in 1990, which currently operates in five countries. Its mission is to provide Latin America's poorest women with the means to build livelihoods for themselves and futures for their families through micro lending, business training, and healthcare support. Pro Mujer in Bolivia uses group liability lending based on the Grameen model, and their clients are typically migrants from the rural areas to the neighborhoods surrounding major cities such as La Paz.