Total loan: $2,650
Mujeres En Progreso Group
Ciudad del Este, Alto Parana, Paraguay / Retail
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A loan helped Purchase merchandise (rice, sugar, cooking oils, flour, fruits and vegetables, clothing, jewelry, cleaning products) for resale.
Mujeres En Progreso Group's story
Deolinda got in touch with her friends and neighbors to form the group. She lives in the San Miguel de Pdte. Franco neighborhood in the City of Este. The group is called “Mujeres En Progreso” (Women in Progress) and is made up of 17 active women from the same zone. Each lady has her own business which they run with great effort. Each loan is intended for their individual businesses, like Olga who sells many items, particularly household products. She runs her business from her home and tells us that she is very happy; she has many customers; and her income is important because it helps very much with expenses, especially feeding the family. The other members work to build their businesses and work hard in the best way they can; 1. Olga – Pantry sales 2. Deolinda – Cosmetic sales 3. Dolly – Clothing sales 4. Elva – Tailoring 5. Petrona – Clothing sales 6. Graciela – Hair styling 7. Andrea – Clothing sales 8. Dionisia – Empanada sales 9. Mirna – Nic nac sales 10. Angélica – Sports lottery tickets 11. Aurora – Clothing sales 12. Cipriana – Egg and cheese sales 13. Rosa – Cosmetic sales 14. Celsa – Food sales 15. Valentina – Fruit sales 16. Alice – Footwear sales (flip-flops) 17. Flora – Fruit and vegetable sales
Translated from Spanish by Hugo Reyes, Kiva Volunteer