A loan of $1,900 helped a member the majority of the participants invest their credit in their respective businesses.

Fortaleza Group's story

In the city of San Roque G., about 13 kilometers outside of Carapeguá, a group of women of limited resources joined the program Committees of Women Entrepreneurs. These women are very active, and the majority of them sell their products on the streets, or participate in other activities. They are looking for a little more support through credit so they can increase their income and improve their quality of life. They need this operation to invest in their respective jobs in order to achieve a sustainable amount of growth that allows them to develop individually and as a group. 1 Justina A.- Small grocery store 2 Gladys A.- Food sales 3 Juana C.- Undergarment sales 4 Ana R.- Avon cosmetics sales 5 Anatolia P.- Herbal medicine sales 6 Norma G.- Small grocery store 7 Estela G.- Vegetable sales 8 Selvina B.- Perfume sales 9 Rosalia C.- Hen sales 10 Andresa G.- Clothing sales 11 Faustina R.- Chipa (a local bread) sales 12 Ma-Norma Z.- Clothing sales 13 Luciana F.- Undergarment sales 14 Florentina D.- Vegetable sales 15 Fidelina G.- Vegetable sales 16 Gricelda D.- Traveling sales 17 Mirian R.- Herbal remedies sales There are 18 members of this committee, however one member decided to save her money, rather than take out a loan this cycle.

In this group: Justina, Gladys, Juana, Ana , Anatolia, Norma, Estela, Selvina, Rosalia, Mirian , Andresa, Faustina, Ma-Norma, Luciana, Florentina, Fidelina*, Gricelda
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