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Total loan: $2,975

Virgen Del Rosario Group

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Caacupe, Cordillera, Paraguay / Food

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A loan helped to purchase raw materials to make cheesy buns, such as starch, cheese, eggs, butter, and more.


Virgen Del Rosario Group's story

This group is called Virgen del Rosario. This group is from Caacupé and has 15 members, all of whom fight to improve themselves and get ahead in life. They are in the poverty elimination program.

Among them, it is worth mentioning Ana, who makes and sells cheesy buns, which are a typical Paraguayan food that people eat year round. She says that with effort and a lot of sacrifice, she has been improving herself and reaching what she has today.

Her dream is to continue helping her family, and they are the reason that she makes an effort so that she can continue supporting them with everything. She is requesting this loan to purchase raw materials to make cheesy buns, such as starch, cheese, eggs, butter. and more.

Only one person appears in the photo, but this is a group loan. It wasn't possible to take a group photo due to the need to avoid crowding because of the COVID-19 pandemic.