A loan of $2,775 helped a member to purchae animal feed.


Kuña Guapa Group's story

The Kuña Guapa group was formed in a community of the city of Santaní, where the members are women who do primarily rural activities. They live in a very remote area with poor access, especially during the rainy season, and they want to improve it. All of the women raise and sell animals such as hens, sheep, pigs and other animals. They raise them and then sell them, and in this way help their families. Angela is one of the women in the group, who is making progress with much sacrifice and effort. Today she is requesting a loan to purchase feed for her animals so that she can continue working and fighting to help her family.

In this group: Norma, Elvira, Catalina, Margarita, Carmen, Graciela, Angela, Liliana, Liliana, Jorgelina, Hermenegilda, Blasia, Otilia, Florinda, Delia, Evany*
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Michele Magrino



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