A loan of $2,975 helped a member to buy vegetables, meats, fruit, milk, baked goods, and other items.


San Antonio Group's story

The 12 members of this group are from the city of Caacupé. These women are the head of their families, so they strive very hard to move forward and provide their children and family members everything they need to have a decent life without feeling deprived.

Librada is the group president. She buys and sells from her small food pantry, which is well-stocked. Librada works every day at her business, beginning in the early morning hours and continuing until very late at night. She is an enterprising individual who has been able to get ahead as a result of her great sacrifice and effort.

Librada is requesting a loan so that she can restock her food pantry with all types of products such as vegetables, meats, fruit, milk, baked goods, and other items that will keep her business in good standing. She knows that this business will allow her to continue working and growing.

In this group: Librada, Maria, Adela, Lissi, Maria Isabel, Maria Lorena , Hermelinda, Aide, Lidia, Elba, Angelina, Yesica
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ronan Reodica



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