A loan of $3,900 helped a member the purchase of supplies for the various businesses, such as sodas, milk, cookies, men's and women's clothing.

Comité De Mujeres Emprendedoras De Caacupé Group's story

This group is made up of 16 women who work in the Seminarioa neighborhood of the city of Caacupé. The group is currently in the 10th cycle of the Women Entrepreneurs program at Fundación Paraguaya. Most of the women work in sales—running small stores, selling chipas, selling clothing, and selling paper, among other activities.

The women are maintaining a line of credit that averages 1,243,000 Guaranís ($249.00) per member. With the loans they have received from Fundación Paraguaya, they have invested in the purchase of products for the production of chipas, items to keep their stores stocked, men’s and women’s clothing, and food items such as sugar, cookies, beef, and oil.

The president of the group, Mrs. Rogelia G., gave her thanks to Fundación Paraguaya for the support and confidence she has received from them. She promised on behalf of the group to uphold the agreement they entered to make payments on time, as they have been doing since their first cycle in the program.

In this group: Rogelia, Mary, Maria, Eulalia, Rosa, Luisa, Elva, Amalia, Delfina, Maria, Hilda, Ramona, Eloisa, Maria, Lilian, Marta

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