Hand-knitting of sweaters, coats and shawls for adults and children is one of the most widespread activities within the “Margaritas” Association, who work in the municipal center of the province of Germán Busch. In addition to knitting, some also work at machine embroidery, producing unique designs that are used on clothing. All married, they have found in Pro-Mujer the opportunity to create small businesses that allow them to earn enough to provide for their families’ daily needs.
The Margaritas Association would like to expand their sales in order to obtain higher earnings, and for this they need more capital to buy raw materials.
El tejido a mano de chompas, abrigos, mantillas para adultos y niños, es una de las actividades mas comunes dentro la asociación “margaritas” que trabaja en el centro focal de Germán Buch. Además tejido algunas también se dedican al bordado a maquina, singulares diseños son aplicados en prendas de vestir, Todas casadas han encontrado en Pro-Mujer la oportunidad de crear pequeños negocios, que les permite obtener ganancias suficientes para el sustento diario de sus familias.
La asociación Margaritas desea ampliar sus ventas con el fin de obtener mayores ganancias, para esto precisa mayor capital para la compra de prima.
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