A loan helped a member to purchase supplies for making cleaning products, as well as a variety of sheets and bedding to sell in her community.


Rosa Mistica Group's story

Thanks to Romina’s small business, her family of six was able to push through the economic crisis in Paraguay caused by the social impact of COVID-19. Her group continues to encourage one another and support each other’s businesses. They are now entering a new loan cycle to grow their micro-enterprises.

Romina will use her loan to purchase supplies for making cleaning products, as well as a variety of sheets and bedding to sell in her community. While her short-term goal is to survive these difficulties times, Romina has sights on building her own small shop instead of conducting business from her home. The other members of Romina’s group sell clothing, sell cleaning supplies, and run a variety of other small businesses.
Because of social distancing mandates in Paraguay, this group cannot meet together so only Romina appears in the profile photo.

In this group: Johana Elizabeth, Mirtha Ramona , Romina Lorenza, Esmilse Fatima , Celsa Raquel, Tomas Dario, Diana Paola, Catalina, Basilia Noemi, Maura Mariel, Karina Johana, Maria Monserrath, Shirley Johana, Maria Del Carmen, Maria Del Carmen, Maria Fatrima, Katerine Mariel


This loan is special because:

It helps low income entrepreneurs access working capital and grow their businesses.



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