A loan helped a member to buy creams, essences, oils, and other products.


Kuña Guapa Group's story

The group called Kuña Guapa is from the city of San Ignacio. They're close and cooperative among themselves. They will work together on activities. They say they're grateful for the support provided by the women's bank program so they can increase their income and be more independent all the time.

One of them is Nilda Alicia, who, in addition to being president of the group, has her own business giving massages. She said she has steady customers now because of her good service.

Nilda Alicia's goal is to be able to grow, not only economically but also as a person so her family has everything they need and she can contribute to the household income.

She's requesting this loan to buy creams, essences, oils, and other products to be able to keep on working as usual.

Note: Only one person appears in this photo, but this is a group loan. A group photo wasn't possible because of social distancing during the Covid-19 pandemic.

In this group: Nilda Alicia, Azucena Mabel, Carmen Claudelina, Adelaida Nicolasa, Santa Gloria, Nancy, Norma, Eduarda, Norma Noemi, Petrona, Leticia Concepcion, Jorgelina Beatriz, Sonia Elizabeth, Maria Graciela

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catharine Wall.


This loan is special because:

It includes a basic health insurance plan.



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