A loan of $5,025 helped a member to buy meat, ham, cheese, eggs, condiments, vegetables, and other ingredients.


Mujeres Emprendedoras 1 Group's story

The 15 members of the group are from the city of Caacupé. They are 15 very hard-working and enterprising women who struggle to grow. They are very capable, and they show this with the sacrifice that they make and the dedication of each one of them.

Salvadora is one of them. She sells all types of food in an itinerant manner. She sells empanadas, sandwiches, croquettes, and more. She says that she has very good clientele because her food is delicious and is requested a lot. Her business helps her to continue with her daily life, and it helps to cover the household expenses.

She wants to invest in her business. That is why she is requesting a loan to buy meat, ham, cheese, eggs, condiments, vegetables, and other ingredients. She will do this in order to be able to continue making the food that she sells. This way she will continue with her business.

She is grateful for the opportunity that she is receiving. With this she will be able to continue with her business plan.

In this group: Lucia, Ines, Marta, Dany, Salvadora, Bernarda, Maria, Raimilda, Edith, Fabiola, Maria, Mercedes, Liz, Angela
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ginny Kalish



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