A loan of $3,275 helped a member to buy fish, cheese and staple goods.

Kuña Aty Group's story

This group, called "Kuña Aty", is on its third loan cycle as part of the women's committee programme, where all the women put in the greatest possible effort in order to prosper and to help their families and children.

One of the group's members is Lorens who tells us that some of the work she does includes buying and selling fish and cheese, selling bed sheets and selling staple goods. One characteristic that stands out in Lorens is the effort that she puts in to prosper and grow in order to help her family.

Lorens is applying for this loan in order to buy fish, cheese and staple goods, such as soap, sugar and flour. This loan will help Lorens to realise her business plan, which will allow her to improve her income.

In this group: Lorens, Dalmis, Lina, Alicia, Zulma, Elisa, Mirtha, Irma, Paola, Agustina, Rosa, Lehiry, Johana, Haydee*, Rutilia*
*not pictured

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Iain Gaw

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