A loan helped a member to buy starch, cheese, eggs, condiments, and other products.


Primavera Group's story

The Primavera Group was created in the area of Curuguaty. It is a somewhat dangerous area, which is to say that it is sensitive to the social conflict that it is experiencing. The members fight to give their families better living conditions.

One of the members is Maria, who makes and sells chipas, a traditional snack that people eat all year. She says that through her work, she helps to provide for her household and her family. With her work, she hopes to offer her loved ones everything that she was unable to have and to make sure that they want for nothing. It is for them that Maria looks for ways to succeed and grow.

She will use this loan to buy supplies to make chipas, such as starch, cheese, eggs, condiments, and other products.

Note: Only one person appears in this photo, but this is a group loan; it was not possible to take a group photo in order to avoid gatherings during the Covid-19 pandemic.

In this group: Liz, Juana, Rosalina, Norma, Basilia, Maria, Agustina, Maria, Maria, Lucia, Herminia, Maria, Guillermina, Mirta, Felicita, Maria, Lorena, Liz

Translated from Spanish.


This loan is special because:

It’s designed for rural areas with high levels of crime and social conflict.



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