Total loan: $4,500

Ojohaihupa Group

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Mariano R. Alonso, Central Department, Paraguay / Food

Ojohaihupa Group's loan finished fundraising,
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A loan helped to buy flour, eggs, butter, sugar, sweets and other products.

Ojohaihupa Group's story

The group called Ojohaihupa is in its third cycle of a female committee, where they all work and help each other to get ahead. They are doing a survey to eliminate poverty, where they are all fighting for a better quality of life.

One of the women is Mirian, who makes a living selling cakes and food of all types. She mentions that her business has allowed her to be able to help the sustenance of her family and cover the necessities of her home. She is a hard working person who is looking for a way to be able to continue helping her family, giving them the best quality of life. Mirian defines herself as a hard working person that never gives up, continually looking to overcome obstacles and get ahead.

She is asking for this loan to buy ingredients to make her products, such as flour, eggs, butter, sugar, sweets and other similar products to be able to continue with her work.

Note that in the photo there only appears one person, despite this being a group loan. This was due to the COVID pandemic and the need to avoid group gatherings.