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Entrada A Chunazaca (Cuenca) Group
In this Group: Lidia Jacqueline, Nieves Lastenia*, Sonia María, Rosa Esperanza, Enma Lucinda, Rosa Carmen, María Delfina De Jesús, María Agripina, María Baleriana, Rosa Amelia
* not pictured
The communal bank Entrada a Chuazan is comprised of 10 women who look for a way to bring more economic stability to their families through their daily work. They live in the surrounding areas of the canton of Nabon, a canton with a cold climate where the majority of people work in agriculture and raise animals. Many people find various jobs in the city such as in construction. The people are humble and maintain their culture.

Señora María M. lives in the community of Guantogloma which belongs to the canton of Nabon. She is 56 years old, married and has 6 children. 5 are adults and married, her youngest child studies in high school. Her husband works as a farm laborer and with their hard work they have managed to build their own house. María works as a farm laborer on her own and others' land where she plants vegetables. She also raises guinea pigs, chickens, pigs, and cows - animals which she sells when she has economic need. This is the second loan that she has asked for from the communal bank and she likes that she already has very good friends in the bank. She is going to invest her new loan in the purchase of guinea pigs and chickens. Her goal is to have more animals.

Señora Lidia C. lives in the community of Guantogloma which belongs to the canton of Nabon. This is the second loan she has asked for from the communal bank. She is in charge of the household chores and takes advantage of her time to raise guinea pigs, chickens, pigs, and sheep which she sells in her community. Lidia is a young woman of 24, married with 3 children of 8, 6, and 4 years of age who study at one of the community's schools. Her husband works as a farm laborer. They don't have their own house and for that reason they live in the house of several heirs. She is going to invest her new loan in the purchase of guinea pigs and chickens. Her dream is to have her own house.
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El banco comunal Entrada a Chunazan está formado por 10 mujeres quienes con su trabajo diario buscan la manera de entregar a sus familias una mejor estabilidad económica, viven a los alrededores del cantón Nabon, cantón que es de clima frió en donde la mayor parte de su gente se dedican a la agricultura y cría de animales, mucha de su gente encuentran en la ciudad varios trabajos entre ellos los de la construcción, son gente humilde y mantienen su cultura.

La Señora María M. vive en la comunidad de Guantogloma que pertenece al cantón de Nabon, tiene 56 años, es casada y tiene 6 hijos, los cinco son mayores de edad y casados, su ultimo hijo estudia en el colegio. Su esposo labora como jornalero, con el esfuerzo del trabajo conyugal han logrado construir su casa propia.
Doña María se dedica a trabajar como jornalera en tierras propias y ajenas donde siembra verduras, también se dedica a la cría de cuyes, gallinas, cerdos y vacas, animales que vende cuando tiene alguna necesidad económica.
Este es el segundo crédito que realiza en la banca comunal y le gusta ya que tiene muy buenas amigas en la banca, su nuevo crédito lo va a invertir en la compra de cuyes y gallinas. Su meta es llegar a tener más animales.

La Señora. Lidia C. vive en la comunidad de Guantogloma que pertenece al cantón de Nabon. Este es el segundo crédito que realiza en la banca comunal. Se dedica a los quehaceres domésticos de su hogar aprovecha el tiempo para criar cuyes, gallinas, chanchos y borregos a los cuales los vende en su comunidad.
Doña Lidia es una mujer muy joven de 24 años, es casada y tiene 3 hijos de 8, 6 y 4 años de edad que estudian en una escuela de la comunidad. Su esposo labora como jornalero, no tienen casa propia por lo que viven en una casa de varios herederos.
Su nuevo crédito lo va a invertir en la compra de cuyes y gallinas. Su sueño es tener su casa propia.

Additional Information

This is a Group Loan

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About Ecuador

  • $10,200
    Average annual income
  • 16
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  • $22,854,475
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    Loan transacted in USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Entrada A Chunazaca (Cuenca) Group's $2,050 loan helped a member to buy guinea pigs and chickens.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
7 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Oct 27, 2010
Listed
Nov 26, 2010
Currency Exchange Loss:
N/A
Ended:
Apr 15, 2011