A loan of $1,575 helped a member to buy used clothing.


La Esperanza Group's story

Twelve women from the city of Caaguazú got together with the desire to improve themselves and help their families. This is how the group called La Esperanza ["Hope"] developed, because these women work with a lot of hope and help each other mutually. One of them, Agustina, makes a living selling used clothing. She says her sales are very good because second-hand garments are better all the time, cheaper and more desirable. She's a very hardworking person who wants to continue growing to be able to help her family. She's requesting this loan to buy clothes to sell so she can continue giving her customers a good variety.

In this group: Ana Maria, Leonora, Mabel, Lilian, Clara, Inocencia, Diana, Maria Liz, Nidia, Agustina, Silvia, Maria
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catharine Wall



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