A loan of $4,175 helped a member clothing for resale.

Kuña Katupyry Group's story

This group from the “Barrio San Pedro” apartments was formed following an information campaign in the neighborhood. All of the women are involved in productive activities, such as: food sales, pantry, linen goods, pottery, dressmaking, etc. The ladies run their own businesses in order to supplement their incomes and help their families.

Analía puts a lot of effort into her clothing sales business. She sells on foot, visiting customers to offer them her merchandise. Sometimes her children go with her and help her carry her bundles, which are too heavy for her to carry alone.

She plans to supplement her merchandise with school uniforms, now that the school year has begun.

She wants to take advantage of this time in order to sell her merchandise. The other women in the group are also planning similar activities to increase their sales.

In this group: Analía , Bella , Concepción , Analía , Sonia , Salustiana, Nancy, Zulma , Critina , Valeriana, Juana, Zulma, Fredesvinda, Aida, Mabel, Mirian*, Gladis *
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Hugo Reyes

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