A loan of $1,150 helped a member the majority of Comité's members invested their credits in their current activities as described above (clothes, noodles, sugar, herbs, rice, drinks, cloths, starch, corn flour, etc.).

Hekokatuva Group's story

Seven kilometers from Carapeguá in San Roque González in Matachi, several women with low income found out about Comité de Mujeres Emprendedoras (Women Entrepeneur's Committee) and decided to get together to receive information about the aforementioned program.
These women are economically active. The majority are merchants who sell clothes, lingerie among the activities mentioned on this page. They seek a little more support through credit in order to increase their income and improve their quality of life.
They need this loan to invest in their respective jobs and thus achieve a common and individual sustainable growth.

The group has 15 members, but in this cycle only 12 will receive part of the loan. The list of members includes those who will not receive money in this cycle.

Wilma A. Teacher
Nancy V. Clothing sales
Miryan Rogriguez Merchant
Vilma Montiel Lingerie sales
Dionicia B. Teacher
Dorila Martínez Bread sales
Zulma C. Pantry
Marcelina A. Bread sales
Felicia V. Cheese sales
Catalina B. Pantry
Liliana C. Clothing sales
Obdulia C. Janitor at a health center
Lourdes C. Lingerie sales and forklift operator
Diana V. Clothing sales
Zulma C. Clothing designer

In this group: Wilma, Nancy, Miryan, Dionicia, Dorila, Zulma, Felicia, Liliana*, Obdulia, Lourdes, Diana, Zunilda
*not pictured

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Jonathan Bradshaw

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