Total loan: $6,275

San Pablo Group

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Caacupe, Cordillera, Paraguay / Food

San Pablo Group's loan finished fundraising,
but these similar borrowers just need a little more help to reach their goals!

A loan helped to buy starch, cheese, eggs, butter and more products.

San Pablo Group's story

The group named San Pablo is in its 9th loan cycle of the women's committee program. It's formed by women who are the head of their families, who are fighting to provide their loved ones a decent living.

One of them is Vanesa, who runs a business making and selling "chipas" (a baked, cheese-flavored roll), and she tells us that it is going well. A "chipa" is a typical Paraguayan food that is eaten all-year round and almost all Paraguayans eat it.

Vanesa is an enterprising woman, who works hard and makes sacrifices to earn a living. She is requesting a loan to buy the ingredients she needs to make her "chipas", such as starch, cheese, eggs, butter and more products, so she can continue working as she has been.