A loan of $4,150 helped a member buy clothes; buy foodstuffs such as flour, oil, noodles, herbs, cigarettes,drinks, meat; to buy cosmetics for hair dressing; to buy books, to buy meat for the making and selling of meals; to buy clothes.

Kuña Aty Group's story

This group from the Barrio Chaipe came into being because of contact with one of the members of the foundation. All of the women are involved in productive activities such as clothing sales; sale of food; running a grocery store; working as a hairdresser; the sale of meals, running a seamstress shop; and others. The amount each woman will receive varies from 300,000 – 1,800,000 PYG. All of the women will use the loan for their current businesses.

1. Porfiria S. Rolón- Foodstuffs Sales
2. Celia M. Villalba- Grocery Store
3. Alba P.- Grocery Store
4. Agustina Fernández- Stuffed Animal Sales
5. María Silvia M. – Foodstuffs Sales
6. María Antonia S.- Foodstuffs Sales
7. Graciela C.- Foodstuffs Sales
8. Nimia A. Soto- Grocery Store
9. Juana S. Rolon- Transports goods from other countries for retail sales
10. Valentina Ramírez- Foodstuffs Sales
11. Candelaria Domínguez- Sales of Prepared Meals
12. Nancy B.- Book Sales
13. Luz M. Gauto- Hairdresser
14. Silvia S. Rolon- Clothing Sales
15. Patricia C.- Sale of Prepared Meals
16. Mirian S.- Seamstress Shop
17. Edit C.- Cook
18. Emilda C. - Clothing Sales

In this group: Emilda, Porfiria, Celia, Alba, Augustina, Maria Silvia, Maria Antonia, Graciela, Nimia*, Juana, Valentina, Nancy, Luz, Silvia, Candelaria, Patricia, Mrian, Edit*
*not pictured

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ginny Kalish

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