A loan of $3,850 helped a member to buy stock merchandise for her store.

San Arnoldo Group's story

The group called “San Arnoldo” is in its 4th cycle in the women’s committee program. It’s from the city of Curuguaty which is in a zone that’s not too far from the central zone and that’s in a growing phase which is why the members of this group want to strive to grow and to give the area they live in a better environment so that they can grow slowly.

María is part of this group. She has a well-stocked grocery store that she was able to set up with much effort. She comments that it was difficult at first but later on it gradually took root and improved; today her clientele is very good.

She requested this loan to buy stock like vegetables, beverages, meat, cleaning supplies, etc. for her store. She’s grateful for this growth and improvement opportunity she’s receiving.

In this group: María, Mirna, Violeta, Silveria, Julia, Felicita, Laura, Lidia, Marcelina, Ylda, Dolly, Gabina, Marineides, Lilia, Higinia, Gloria, Laurinda, Georgina*
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Polliz

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