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Rosa Ines
The Narancay Bajo Communal Bank is formed by a group of members whose goal has always been to succeed in front of any obstacle, to give their families the best of themselves, and to give their families a little of the comforts they never had in their lives. They live to the south of the city of Cuenca. It is a city that has a lot of enchanting traditions and celebrations. The people are warm and kind. Everyone who visits Cuenca falls in love with it, and they always promise to return.

Rosa P. is a member of the Narancay Bajo Communal Bank. She lives about 15 minutes outside the city of Cuenca in the Narancay Bajo region. She gets along well with all of her friends in the communal bank. She is 27, married, and has three children. They are 12, 7, and 6 years old. They all go to the Agustín Cuesta Vintimilla School. Her husband is a bricklayer, a profession that allows him to support the household. Thanks to his efforts and sacrifice, the house where they live is their own.

Rosa sells grains and fruit at the Feria Libre (market in Cuenca). She has been working in this business for 15 years. It is going well for her, but she also has her bad days. Her work schedule is from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. This is her fourth cycle of working with loans that the foundation has given her. They have helped her to continue buying products for her business. She comments that it was a friend who motivated her to become a member of her bank. She will use the new loan from the Espoir Foundation to buy more grains like kidney beans, ears of corn, and peas, etc. She will also buy fruits like oranges, pineapples, and all types of seasonal fruit. She will do this to keep growing in her business. Her greatest dream in life is to have a large fruit and grain establishment.
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El banco comunal Narancay Bajo esta formado por un grupo de socia(o)s que siempre an tendido como meta salir adelante ante cualquier obstáculo y brindar a sus familias lo mejor de si y un poco de comodidad de lo que no tuvieron en su vida, viven al sur de la ciudad de Cuenca, es una ciudad que tiene muchos encantos tradiciones y festividades su gente es calida y amables todos los que visitan a Cuenca se van enamorados y siempre con la promesa de volver.

La Sra. Rosa P. es socia del Banco Comunal Narancay Bajo, vive a unos 15 minutos en las afueras de la Ciudad de Cuenca, en el sector de Narancay Bajo, se lleva bien con todas sus amigas de la banca comunal, tiene 27 años de edad, se encuentra casada y en su unión conyugal ha procreado 3 hijos que se encuentran de 12, 7, 6 años de edad, todos sus hijos están estudiando en la escuela Agustín Cuesta Vintimilla, su esposo es albañil, profesión que le permite aportar económicamente al hogar, gracias a su esfuerzo y sacrifico la casa en la que habitan es de su propiedad.

Rosa vende granos y frutas recorriendo la Feria Libre (mercado de Cuenca), tiene 15 años trabajando en este negocio y le va bien como también tiene días malos, su horario de trabajo es de 7 a.m. hasta las 3 p.m., se encuentra en su cuarto ciclo que trabaja con los préstamos que la fundación les hace entrega y les ha ayudado para seguir comprando productos para su negocio, nos comenta que fue una amiga la que la incentivo para ser socia del bankito, con el nuevo préstamo que la FUNDACION ESPOIR le hace entrega lo va a invertir en la compra de más grano como es fréjol, choclo tierno, arveja, etc., y frutas como naranjas, piñas y toda clase de fruta que se encuentra en temporada, para así seguir creciendo en su negocio siendo este su mayor sueño en la vida tener un local grande de frutas y granos.

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  • $10,200
    Average annual income
  • 11
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  • $22,535,250
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Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $675 helped Rosa Ines buy kidney beans, ears of corn, peas, pineapples, and oranges.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Dec 8, 2009
Listed
Dec 30, 2009
Currency Exchange Loss:
N/A
Ended:
Jul 15, 2010