A loan of $4,725 helped a member to buy dyes, shampoo, rinses, oxygenated water, chemicals, and other supplies.


Kuña Guapa Group's story

This committee is named “Kuña Guapa”, which means “Working Woman” in the Guaraní language. All of the members strive and struggle to get ahead. They are in their third cycle with 21 members who stay productive by engaging in their respective business activities.


Ramona is a hairdresser. She says that starting her business was a little bit difficult, but later on as she acquired experience, she was able to acquire a good number of clients because of her excellent work. Thanks to her efforts, Ramona has been able to move forward and help her family. Her goal someday is to have a large salon so that she can continue helping her family.


She is requesting a loan so that she can restock her business with products that she needs most for styling hair such as dyes, shampoo, rinses, oxygenated water, chemicals, and other supplies.

In this group: Felicia, Mercedes , Ninfa , Silvia , Victorina , Maria , Felicia , Celidonia , Felipa , Dionisia , Fermina , Blanca , Antolina , Mirtha , Ramona , Amada , Nilda , Myrian , Juana *, Maria *, Perla *
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ronan Reodica



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