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

San Roque Group's story

This committee is called San Roque. It was formed from the joining together of female friends and neighbors who fight for their loved ones. They do this to give their loved ones better living conditions and so that they don't want for anything.

Among the women is Vilma, who sells chipas [Paraguayan cheese bread] that she produces herself. She has a modest business where she offers quality products that she herself makes. She is happy for the opportunity to be able to be part of the group, which will be very helpful to her. Vilma, despite hardships - specifically because of her problem with her arms - does not give up.

She is looking for a way to be able to continue improving so that her loved ones lack nothing and suffer no hardships.

She is asking for this loan to buy raw materials to make her chipas, namely starch, cheese, eggs, butter, salt, and other products.

Note: Only one person appears in the photo, but this is a group loan. The group picture was not possible to avoid a gathering of people due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In this group: Carolina, Zunilda, Fermina, Fidelina, Petrona, Presentación, Angelina, Zulma, Eugenia, Tania, Marina, Nora, Vilma, Lucia, Raquel

Translated from Spanish.

This loan is special because:

It encourages disabled entrepreneurs to start their own business.

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