A loan of $2,150 helped a member to buy flour, sugar, food coloring, and other ingredients to make cakes.


Mujeres Encantadoras Group's story

The women of the group in question are from the city of Caacupé. They got together with the goal of being able to help in their homes with the expenses that come up on a daily basis. They characterize themselves as fighters, enterprising, and very creative. They are very well known in the neighborhood for the unity that they have and demonstrate. Currently there are 10 women in the group working in the third cycle of the program.

One of the members is Lucía, who makes and sells cakes. She comments that it's going very well for her and that she has a lot of work, since her neighbors always order from her when there are parties and all types of events. She wants to continue growing with her micro-enterprise, for which reason she would like to continue investing in it.

Lucía is requesting the loan to buy flour, yeast, sugar, food coloring, and other ingredients necessary for the cakes she makes.

In this group: Fidelina, Maria, Pablina, Alberta, Maria, Maria, Gloria, Rocio, Lucia, Gloria

Translator profile picture

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catharine Wall



Loan details


Lenders and lending teams



Loan details