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Total loan: $1,650

Restaurador Group

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Luque, Central, Paraguay / Food

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A loan helped To purchase mechandise to re-stock her store.


Restaurador Group's story

The Restaurador group was started thanks to Ramona Romero, who is a leader of the El Bosque Restaurador neighborhood, where the group is located. Ramona contacted Fundacion Paraguaya and she invited the women of the neighborhood to form an entrepreneurship group. The group is now in its ninth cycle of the Womens' Entrepreneurship Program at Fundacion Paraguaya. The group is made up of 16 members, each of whom invests her money in different activities. Mrs. Eustaquia E. has a small grocery store and she invests her money in the purchase of merchandise to re-stock her business. Mrs. Benedicta O. works selling vegetables and invests her money in the purchase of vegetables for the largest profit from her sales. Mrs. Johana C. has a small grocery store and invests her money in the purchase of goods to supply and to increase her business. Mrs. Blanca M. has a small grocery store and invests her money in the purchase of goods to supply and to increase her business. Mrs. Katerine I. works selling trinkets and invests her money in the purchase of these goods to sell outside of the city. Mrs. Elizabeth O. works selling ice cream and invests her money in the purchase of ice cream and the maintenence of her freezer. Mrs. Mirta I. works selling household goods and invests her money in the purchase of these goods to increase her business. Mrs. Matilde O. works buying and selling plastics and invests her money in the purchase of these goods to sell outside of the city. Mrs. Emilia R. works selling vegestables and invests her money in the purchase of vegetables for the best profit possible from her sales. Mrs. Rosa J. works selling fruits and invests her money in the purchase of fruits for the best profit possible from her sales. Mrs. Mirta A. works selling vegetables and invests her money in the purchase of vegetables for the best profit possible from her sales. Mrs. Cresencia M. works selling household goods and invests her money in the purchase of these goods to increase her business. Mrs. Basalina S. works selling trinkets and invests her money in the purchase of these goods to sell. Mrs. Cecilia M. works selling foodstuffs and invests her money in the purchase of these goods for elaboration and selling. Mrs. Celia M. has a small grocery store and invests her money in the purchase of goods to supply and to increase her business. Mrs. Francisca B. works selling foodstuffs and invests her money in the purchase of these goods for elaboration and selling.