A loan of $1,100 helped a member to buy wire fencing.


Kuña Guapa Group's story

The members form a very unified group, and are capable of working together in activities that strengthen their camaraderie. In addition to their jobs, they work together to collect funds. Each one has her own independent business activity. The majority of the members raise animals and grow vegetables in the gardens that they have in their houses. One of the women is Veronica, who raises animals and agricultural items. Amongst the animals that she raises, you can find chickens, ducks, pigs, and cows.

She sells the animals on various occasions during the month, when she needs money for her family, since her husband is a farmer, and neither one counts on fixed periodical income. She says that this activity on many occasions was able to save the family and for that reason, it is very importan to maintain the activity. She is requesting the loan for the purchase of wire fencing in order to build a corral for her animals, since it will make it easier to handle them.

In this group: Veronica, Griselda, Liza, Liliana, Arminda, Floriana, Fatima, Carolina, Fidelina, Amalia*, Delfiria*
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Amy McGinty



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