A loan of $4,525 helped a member to buy beverages and snacks.

Kuña Kyre’Y Group's story

Kuña Kyre’y Group is in its tenth loan cycle with the women's bank program. The group's name means "very brave women," because that's what they are, women who are striving to get ahead and be able to improve. They're doing the "Poverty Stoplight" survey, in which 50 indicators will help them understand the situation they're in and where they can improve.

One of the members is Aurea, who's also the president of the group, a responsibility she carries out with great effort. Aurea makes a living in sales. She has a small snack bar stocked with all kinds of things, including food, beverages, and snacks. She said she has very good customers who always shop at her store.

Aurea's requesting this loan to be able to stock up and have a better selection of beverages and snacks so she can continue with her business and improve her income.

In this group: Aurea, Mirian, Blanca, María, María, Catalina, Laura, Mirtha, Eduarda, Nicolasa, Nadia, Myrian, María, Judith, Myrian, Carmen, Laura*, Laura*, María*, Mirian*
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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catharine Wall

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