A loan of $1,550 helped a member the majority of the participants of this committee invested their credit in their respective businesses.

Kuña Marangatu Group's story

In the Virgen Sagrado Corazón de Jesús district in the city Quiindy, about 23 km outside of the city of Carapeguá, a group of women with limited resources found out about the program Committees for Women Entrepreneurs. They decided to meet to receive information about the program.

These women are active, and the majority of them work as domestic employees, as saleswomen, among other things. They are looking for a little bit more support in order to increase their family incomes and to improve their quality of life.

  1. Jorgelina G. - spice sales
  2. Rosalba E. - food sales
  3. Porfiria A. - domestic employee
  4. Graciela E. - lottery ticket sales
  5. Tomasa A. - pork and cheese sales
  6. Ramona F. - domestic employee
  7. Cinthia C. - food sales
  8. Antonia C. - domestic employee
  9. Elena V. - saleswoman
  10. Jesica V. - clothing sales
  11. Francisca V. - food sales
  12. Berta I. - domestic employee
  13. Ma-Eugenia V. - lottery ticket sales

Two other members of the group decided not to take out a loan this cycle and rather save their money.

In this group: Jorgelina, Rosalba, Porfiria, Graciela, Tomasa, Ramona, Cinthia, Antonia, Elena, Jesica, Francisca, Berta, Ma-Eugenia

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