A loan of $1,800 helped a member to buy slippers, shoes, sequins, colored thread and other accessories to embroider.

Kuña Guapa Group's story

This group is in the midst of a training program that is in full swing, and is working on each of their activities within their 2nd loan cycle with the "Committee of Enterprising Women" of the Fundación Paraguaya.

They comment that they are very hopeful that with work and sound credit management, they will manage to get ahead in the best way possible, providing each of their children with all of the creature comforts and a good education.

One of the members is Señora Estela Cáceres, who makes and sells embroidered slippers and shoes. She buys the slippers and the accessories to embroider with, such as: sequins, beads, and colored threads. The slippers are embroidered according to the orders that she gets, since she takes into account the color and designs that the customers want.

The loan requested for her is to buy slippers and shoes to sell, and accessories.

In this group: Estela, Mirian, Gloria, Emilce, Maria, Maria, Maria, Ramona, Lorena, Cristina, Ana, Gricelda, Maria, Bernarda, Dorila, Nicia, Carolina, Nilda, Lourdes, Antonia*
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Lisa Grobar

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