A loan of $2,325 helped a member to buy animal feed.

Kuña Rory Group's story

The Kuña Rory communal bank is from the city of Santaní, from one of the remote areas. The members fight to grow and move forward. The group is in its first cycle and is made up of eighteen women. They know that they live in very distant areas, but they hope that someday they will be able to improve the conditions of their neighborhood and community.

One of these members is Elva, who makes a living by raising, slaughtering, and selling farm animals, such as chickens, pigs, goats, and others. By means of this work, she is helping her family by bringing in an income for them. Since she lives in a rural area, everything is more difficult, but she is fighting to move forward.

She is applying for this loan to invest in the purchase of animal feed so that she can continue with her work, as she has been doing.

In this group: Maria, Elva, Mirian, Agustina, Angelina, Sandra, Hermenegilda, Raquel, Wenel, Asunciona, Monica, Orlinda, Celma, Estefana, Fatima, Mariana*, Wilma*, Beatriz*
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Amy Volz

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