Saldivar Poty Group
Saldivar Poty Group's loan finished fundraising,
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A loan helped Buying various merchandise.
Saldivar Poty Group's story
When one of the members finds herself with problems, the partners stand together and offer support as a demonstration of affection.
All of the members of the group responsibly attend the weekly meetings now that the consider it a means of distraction to share an afternoon eating toast or a simple snack.
The group is built on the enthusiasm and the honesty which they demonstrate for one another.
They count zero days of delinquency on previous loans, from the start. They have found themselves operating with the Paraguayan Foundation for more than 2 years and have passed their sixth cycle.
The activities these women devote themselves to are:
1-María Esther S. – Selling cleaning products.
2-Justina L.– Selling food.
3-Tomasa A. González – Selling food.
4-Rosalina Bordón S. – Selling clothes.
5-Gladys N. – Selling clothes.
6-Juana C. Peña – Sale of bijouterie.
7-Marcelina Benítez – Making clothes.
8-Eutacia O. Portillo – Selling vegetables.
9-Miryan C. – Selling foods.
10-María Elisa Quiñónez de Cuevas – Selling clothes.
11-Adriana A. García – Selling baked goods.
12-Nancy M. Mascareño – Selling clothes.
13-Francisca Bordón S. – Venta de ropas.
14-Nilda U. -Salon.
15-Marlene B. A. – Selling cosmetics.
16-María Mabelin Leguizamón – Selling clothes.
17-Marcelina C. – Selling clothes.
The requested loan will be invested in the purchase of vegetables, purchasing ingredients to prepare food, buying cosmetics, buying clothes, buying bijouterie, and buying ingredients for baked goods.
Translated from Spanish by Zach Frey, Kiva Volunteer