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Jazmín Group
In this Group: Sebastiana, Hortencia Josefina, Paola, Lourdes , Crispina*, Nilsa, Ruth Araujo , Graciela *, Pabla Elida, Maria Cristina, Maria Benita, Mabel Celeste, Emerenciana, Nancy, Liz Natalia, Rosa, Yoana
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The founder of this group was Mrs. Sebastiana Z., who had already belonged to another group in the same area, from which she withdrew for personal reasons. She invited and organized her friends to form part of the Committee of Small Businesswomen program.

Mrs. Sebastiana Z. sells clothing, and will invests the money in the purchase of garments in general and in this way can stock up on merchandise.

Mrs. Hortencia Josefina A. sells drinks and ice cream, and will use the money to buy drinks and ice cream at wholesale prices to later sell them.

Mrs. Paola Beatriz Villamayor sells food, and will invest the money in the purchase of ingredients to make food for sale.

Mrs. Lourdes Soledad C. sells drinks, and will use the money to buy drinks at wholesale prices to sell.

Mrs. Crispina R. sells drinks, and will use the money to buy drinks at wholesale prices in order to stock up her business.

Mrs. Nilsa Vicenta C. sells food, and will use the money to invest in the ingredients used in preparing them so she can offer a higher quality product.

Mrs. Ruth Noemi Araujo sells food, and will invest the money in purchasing ingredients to make the food she sells in order to offer better variety to her clients.

Mrs. Graciela Ramona Perez is a seamstress, and will use the money to buy tools for her work, making it more comfortable and productive.

Mrs. Pabla Elida J. sells staple goods, and will use the money to buy sugar, oil, yerba, etc. to be able to offer wider variety to her customers and increase her income.

Mrs. Maria Cristina L. sells lingerie, and will use the money to buy merchandise at wholesale so she can offer a wider variety of products to her customers.

Mrs. Maria Benita Z. sells clothing, and will invest the money to stock up on the merchandise she sells to her customers.

Mrs. Mabel Celeste Ramirez sells food, and will use the money to buy ingredients to prepare the food so she can offer a better variety to her clients.

Mrs. Emerenciana A. D. Rolon has a general store and will use the money to buy various merchandise, such as sugar, yerba, dairy products, drinks, and bread to stock up her business and offer better variety to her customers.

Mrs. Nancy Carolina C. sells lingerie and will use the loan to buy merchandise to offer a better variety of products to her customers.

Mrs. Liz Natalia Cantero sells lingerie, and will invest the money in buy merchandise wholesale to later sell it for a larger profit.

Mrs. Rosa Cesarina G. sells drinks, and will use the money to purchase a variety of drinks, thus stocking up her business and offering better variety to her customers.

Mrs. Johana Marieliz V. sells food, and will use the money to buy ingredients to make the food she sells.
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El inicio del presente comité fue la señora Sebastiana Z., quien ya habria pertenecido a un comite D. la misma zona D. donD. se retiró por cuestiones personales, invitó y organizó a sus amigas para formar parte del programa Comité D. Mujeres Emprendedoras.

La señora Sebastiana Z. se dedica a la venta D. ropa, invirtió el dinero en la compra D. prendas en general y D. esa manera poder sutirse D. mecaderia.

La señora Hortencia Josefina A. se dedica a la venta D. bebidas y helados, invirtió el dinero en la compra D. bebidas y helados al por mayor para luego venderlas.

La señora Paola Beatriz Villamayor se dedica a la venta D. comestible, invirtió el dinero en la compra D. insumo para la elaboración D. los comestibles.

La señora Lourdes Soledad C. se dedica a la venta D. bebidas, invirtió el dinero en la compra D. bebidas al por mayor para luego venderlas.

La señora Crispina R. se dedica a la ventra D. bebidas, invirtió su dinero en la compra D. bebidas al por mayor y D. esa manera surtir su negocio.

La señora Nilsa Vicenta C. se dedica a la venta D. comestible, invirtió el dinero en la compra D. insumo para su elaboración y ofrecer mayor calidad en su producto.

La señora Ruth Noemi Araujo se dedica a la venta D. comestible, invirtió el dinero en la compra D. ingredientes para la elaboración D. los comestibles D. esa manera ofrecer mayor variedad

La señora Graciela Ramona Perez se dedica a la costura,invirtió el dinero en la compra D. elementos para su trabajo, consiguiendo asi comodidas y mayor productividas.

La señora Pabla Elida J. se dedica a la venta D. mercaderias, invirtió el dinero en la compra D. azúcar, aceite, yerba, etc pudiendo asi ofrecer mayor variedad a sus clientes y aumentar su ingreso.

La señora Maria Crsitina L. se dedica a la venta D. lenceria, invirtió el dinero en la compra D. esa prendas al por mayor asi ofreciendo mayor variedas a sus clientes

La señora Maria Benita Z. se dedideca a la venta D. ropa, invirtió el dinero en la compra D. prendas en general D. esa manera surtir mas su mercaderia para ofrecer a sus clientes

La señora Mabel Celeste Ramirez se dedica a la venta D. comestible, invirtió el dinero en la compra D. ingredientes para la elaboración D. los comestibles pudiendo asi ofrecer mas variedad D. comidas sus clientes.

La señora Emerenciana A. D. Rolon tiene una despensa, invirtió el dinero en la compra D. mercaderias varias azúcar, yerba, lacteos, bebidas, panificados para surtir su negocio y ofrecer mayor variedad a sus clientela.

La señora Nancy Corolina C. se dedica a la venta D. lenceria, invirtió el dinero en la compra D. esas prendas obteniendo mayor variedad D. prendas para ofrecer a sus clientes.

La señora Liz Natalia Cantero se dedica a la venta D. Lenceria, invirtió el dinero en la compra D. esas prendas al por mayor para luego reenvenderlas obteniendo asi mayor ingreso.

La señora Rosa Cesarina G. se dedica a la venta D. bebidas, invirtió el dinero en la compra D. bebidas varias pudiendo asi surtir su negocio y ofrecer mas variedad a sus clientes.

La señora Johana Marieliz V. se dedica a la venta D. comestible, invirtió el dinero en la compra D. insumo para la elaboración D. los comestible.

Additional Information

About Fundación Paraguaya

Fundación Paraguaya is a financially self-sustaining social enterprise that promotes entrepreneurship in urban and rural areas through microfinance, education programs, and more. Its focus on agriculture has helped many farmers boost their crop yields. And a number of other borrowers have taken out loans to start and grow social businesses that have helped deliver eyeglasses, medicines and other helpful services in their local communities.

This is a Group Loan

In a group loan, each member of the group receives an individual loan but is part of a larger group of individuals. The group is there to provide support to the members and to provide a system of peer pressure, but groups may or may not be formally bound by a group guarantee. In cases where there is a group guarantee, members of the group are responsible for paying back the loans of their fellow group members in the case of delinquency or default.

Kiva's Field Partners typically feature one borrower from a group. The loan description, sector, and other attributes for a group loan profile are determined by the featured borrower's loan. The other members of the group are not required to use their loans for the same purpose.

About Paraguay

  • $8,400
    Average annual income
  • 86
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    Paraguay Loans Fundraising
  • $31,419,450
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 4,981.0
    Paraguay Guarani (PYG) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Jazmín Group's $1,775 loan helped a member purchasing clothing, fabrics, eggs, flour, dairy products, drinks, meats, cold cuts, corn, bread, canned goods, yerba, oil, sweets, vegetables, fruit, etc.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Jan 28, 2009
Listed
Feb 26, 2009
Currency Exchange Loss:
Covered
Ended:
Jun 15, 2009