A loan of $3,700 helped a member to buy foods, beverages, and other items.

Kuña Rory Group's story

This group from the city of Carapeguá is called "Kuña Rory." It is now in its 12th loan cycle and has 15 members. They are women who strive to advance and pay for their daily household expenses. The goal of the women was to become part of the Committee of Entrepreneurial Women to have the benefit of the loans offered, with the goal of improving their business ventures and their quality of life.

Señora Gloria is one of the members who does her very best to be able to give her family a better future. She is a retailer. She has a convenience store in her home and invests her earnings in her business. She is very happy to be part of the Committees of Entrepreneurial Women program. She says that her business is very profitable since she notices the progress thanks to the benefit and opportunity to access loans through the Fundación Paraguaya.

She is applying for the loan to be able to buy foods, beverages, and other items, with which she will stock her business.

In this group: Gloria Salome, Nancy, Gilda, Dionicia, Gladys, Felipa, Bella, Sonia, Maria, Miguela, Gladys, Pablina, Lucila, Maria, Rosa

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Pam McMurry

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