A loan of $1,850 helped a member purchase fruits, vegetables, cosmetics, clothing, groceries, baked goods, etc.


Kuña Tekorory Group's story

In forming this group, the main contact was Mrs. Joquina Vda. de Sanchez, who lives in the Barrio San Miguel neighborhood of Ciudad del Este. She is the mother of five children, and she works selling chickens. She contacted her neighbors and friends to form the group in this neighborhood. The group is called “Kuña Tekorory” and consists of 16 very active and united women, all from the same area. They have different activities like selling food, blankets, clothing, etc. The ladies are taking out a loan of 300,000 to 1,100,000 guaranis each. The credit will be used to purchase merchandise and primary necessities for selling.

Severiana M. - Blanket sales
Lurdes F. - Food sales
Delia B. - Cosmetics sales
María M. - Shop
Idalina B. - Shop
Feliciana C. - Food sales
Norma M. - Shop
María C. - Shop
Petrona G. - Food sales
Rosa C. - Vegetable sales
Lucia Solís - Sugar sales
Isabel B. - Shop
Maria V. - Curtain sales
Cinthia P. - Silver jewelry sales
Cintia G. - Hamburger sales
Antonia M. - Clothing sales

In this group: Severiana, Lurdes, Delia *, Maria, Idalina*, Feliciana, Norma, Maria*, Petrona, Rosa, Lucia, Isabel, Maria, Cinthia , Cintia, Antonia
*not pictured

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Trisha Bury



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