A loan of $1,675 helped a member the purchase of sugar, meats, jeans, T-shirts, thread, aho poi, cloth, silverware, lingerie, carbonated beverages, cotton, gauze, alcohol, penicillin.

Divino Niño Jesús Group's story

This committee was formed by Mrs. Albina L., who brought attention to the program and decided to expand in the Jose Maria Alfonzo Godoy neighborhood. The women in the committee are very modest and are hard workers. They learned to value working as a group and they perform different community activities to support each other. They are independent in their work activities such as clothing sales, food sales, ice cream sales, first aid, etc. Each person receives an average loan of 386,000 guarani to invest in the purchase of their products.

1 Ramona Carrillo, Food Sales
2 Lidia G., Food Sales
3 María Velásquez, Food Sales
4 Ana F., Food Sales
5 Albina López, Food Sales
6 Pablina R., Silverware Sales
7 Ada López, Dressmaker
8 Silveria L., Cafeteria
9 Florentina V., Fruit Sales
10 Fátima D., Aho poi (Embroidered fine linen clothing)
11 Justina D., Appetizers
12 Irene Ruíz, Food Sales
13 Liz V., Pantry
14 Fatima P., Clothing Sales
15 Mirian C., Clothing Sales
16 Stefania P., First Aid
17 Cinthia C., Ice Cream Parlor
18 Clara A., Ice Cream Parlor
19 Ilda N., Food Sales

There is also a member in the photo, Carmen Roa, who is not taking out a loan this cycle.

In this group: Ramona, Lidia, Maria, Ana , Albina, Pablina, Ada , Silveria, Florentina, Fatima, Justina, Irene, Liz, Fatima, Mirian, Stefania, Cinthia, Clara, Ilda

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Josh Wilcox

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