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Total loan: $2,225
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Kuña Kuera Katupyry Group

Paraguay
Luque, Paraguay / Retail

A loan of $2,225 helped a member buying clothing, food like eggs, bread, vegetables, etc., and general goods to sell like sodas, fruit, milk, canned goods, tea, oil, sugar, etc.


Kuña Kuera Katupyry Group's story

The contact that started the present committee was Ms. Graciela T. who invited and organized her friends to form part of the program of the Committee of Women Entrepreneurs.

Ms. Graciela Toleda sells clothes, investing her money buying an array of clothing so that she can offer the best variety to her customers.

Ms. Nancy del Carmen A. sells drinks, investing the money in buying these goods at wholesale, offering a variety to her customers and allowing her to increase her profits.

Ms. Patrocinia A. sells food, investing the money in buying ingredients that she uses to make her food so she can offer the best quality and variety to her customers.

Ms. Maria Sachelaridi sells clothing. She will invest the money to buy various clothes so she can offer the best variety to her customers.

Ms. Francisca A. sells jewelry and trinkets, she will invest the money into buying these to offer the best variety and price to her customers.

Ms. Norma Britos sells fruit. She will use this money to buy wholesale to offer the best quality and variety of fruit to her customers.

Ms. Gilda Britos sells small wares. She will invest the money to buy at wholesale to offer the best quality and good prices to her customers.

Ms. Mónica Ramírez sells food. She will invest the money in ingredients to produce her food, offering quality and variety to her customers.

Ms. Silvia Ramona has a small store. She will use the money to buy general goods (like sugar, tea, milk, etc.). This will allow her to offer her customers a greater variety and increase her income.

Ms. Mirtha M. sells milk. She will invest the money in buying supplies for her job so she can continue to offer this service to her clients.

Ms. Birina M. has a small store. She will invest the money in buying general good for the store (baked goods, milk, tea, sugar, eggs, flour, etc.) so she can offer a great variety of products to her customers.

Ms. Isidora Morena sells drinks and ice cream. She will use the money to buy more of these products in order to acquire a good variety for her customers.

Ms. Antonia G. has a small store. She will use the money to buy general goods (drinks, baked goods, milk, flour, oil), offering quality and variety to her customers.

Ms. Denise sells lingerie. She will use the money to buy more products to offer a greater variety to her customers.

Ms. Mirna Cardoza sells various clothing. She will invest the money in buying a variety of clothes to offer a greater array to her customers.

Ms. Rosa F. sells vegetables. She will invest the money buying more vegetables to offer a greater variety to her customers.

Ms. Hilaria D. has a small store. She will use the money buying general merchandise (milk, baked goods, drinks, etc.) to offer greater variety to her customers.

In this group: Graciela, Nancy, Patrocinia, Maria Magdalena, Francisca, Norma, Gilda, Monica, Silvia, Mirtha, Birina, Isidora, Antonia, Denise, Mirna, Rosa, Hilaria
*not pictured

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catherine Coffman



Loan details

Loan length:

5 months
Disbursed date: July 2, 2009
Facilitated by Field Partner: Fundación Paraguaya

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Loan details

Loan length:

5 months
Disbursed date: July 2, 2009
Facilitated by Field Partner: Fundación Paraguaya