A loan helped a member to buy seeds, compost and other inputs to continue working.


Mujeres Esperanza Group's story

The group called "Mujeres Esperanza" [Hope Women] was formed with friends and neighbors of the city of Caaguazu. They set themselves the goal of being able to grow, not only economically, but also as people. They are also part of the poverty elimination program.

Silvia is one of them, and she works selling vegetables that she grows herself. She has her own land where, with the work of the land, she produces her products, and with this she helps to support her family.

She asks for this loan to buy seeds, compost and other inputs to continue with her work as she has been doing.

Note: Only one person appears in the photo, but this is a loan group. A group photo was not possible in order to avoid crowding due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

In this group: Adelaida, Julia, Hilaria, Maria, Silvia, Margarita, Natalia, Natalia, Lucia, Maria, Idalia, Noelia, Aurelia, Hermelinda, Graciela, Liz, Yessica, Mirian, Juana, Lida, Mirna

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer E. Power.


This loan is special because:

It is accompanied by an industry-leading, poverty-elimination program.



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