A loan of $1,300 helped a member to buy sugar, noodles, milk, and other consumer staples.

Pyahu Mba'apora Group's story

The "Pyahu Mba´apora" committee was started due to the initiative of Señora Celia. At present they are in their first loan cycle, with ten members. They are all women who have sacrificed, being of scarce resources, for which they receive very little attention or benefits. Because of this they are very pleased with the aid that the foundation gives them.
Celia tells us that she has a modest pantry in her house, where she sells consumer staples such as sugar, noodles, milk, and other things. She tells us that the majority of her neighbors buy from her and that thanks to that she has a good income with which she can maintain the house and help her family. She dreams of some day being able to have a great pantry with a lot better assortment of goods. She requests the loan for the purchase of sugar, noodles, milk, and other types of consumer staples, with which she will be able to be better supplied and to satisfy the demands of her clients.

In this group: Sara, Rumilda, Ramona, Celia, Aurelia, Gabriela, Claudia, Mariana, Salvadora, Catalina

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer B Brown

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