A loan of $2,525 helped a member to buy fabric, thread, glue and other supplies.

Kuña Arandu Group's story

The group of women named Kuña Arandu was formed in the year 2009 with great effort and care and they are now in their ninth cycle. Each woman strives to get ahead, which she shows by working hard and helping the others.

Carolina, one of the members, makes a living from sewing clothing. She is a very hard worker and makes all types of clothing, which are of high quality and well liked by her customers. These days she has a lot of customers and is always very busy, which she is thankful for because she can help out her family.

She is requesting this loan in order to invest it by purchasing fabric, thread, glue and other supplies in order to continue sewing clothing and fulfilling her customer's orders.

There is an extra person in the photo as the group has 13 members, but this time the loan is only for 12 of them.

In this group: Gregoria, Rumilda, Rosa, Silvia, Blanca, Benicia, Delia, Carolina, Antonia, Venancia, Edda, Olga

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Danielle Kamffer

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