1. Blanca Teresa S. Sanaria. Clothing sales.
2. Irma T.. Sells handmade purses.
3. Maria Fariña. Jewelry and clothing sales.
4. Lucia S.. Sells fruits, vegetables, clothes, etc.
5. Marta S.. Food sales.
6. Gloria O.. Food sales.
7. Natalia M.. Sale of crafts.
8. Silvia C.. Seamstress.
9. Dominga G.. Children’s clothing sales.
10. Maria O.. Food sales.
11. Perla S.. General store.
12. Maria C.. Food sales.
13. Pastora S.. Works at a greengrocer’s, sells cosmetics.
14. Pablina S.. Beverage sales.
15. Mirian O.. Clothing sales.
16. Olga S.. Food sales.
1 Blanca Teresa S. Sanaria. Venta de ropas.
2 Irma T.. Venta de carteras.(artesanales)
3 Maria Fariña.
Venta de joyas y ropas.
4 Lucia S.. Venta de frutas, verduras,ropas, etc.
5 Marta S. Venta de comidas.
6 Gloria O.. Venta de comidas.
7 Natalia M.. Venta de artesanias.
8 Silvia C.. Costurera.
9 Dominga G.. Venta de ropas para niños.
10 Maria O.. Venta de comidas.
11 Perla S. Despensa.
12 Maria C.. Venta de comestible.
13 Pastora S.. Trabaja en una fruteria, venta de cosmeticos.
14 Pablina S. Venta de bebidas.
15 Mirian O.. Venta de ropas.
16 Olga S. Venta de comidas.
About Fundación ParaguayaFundación 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
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