She left her hometown looking for better living conditions. She has been a pensioner for more than seven years, receiving her husband's pension after his death in 2004. Her income is about 7,400 meticais per month; she uses the money for household expenses and saves some in her bank account (at BIM).
Lucia has never had loans from other banks. She learned about Hluvuku through a friend who is also a customer of this institution. This is her first Hluvuku loan, and she is asking for 20,000 meticais to buy construction materials for her home (beams, planks, sand, cement and other items) so she can continue building.
She intends to finish her house so she can make her family more comfortable, so she will ask Hluvuku for more loans.
Saiu da sua terra natal a procura de melhores condiçoes de vida, é pencionista ha mais de 7 anos recebendo a sua pensão e a do marido após a sua morte no ano de 2004 ,e tem um rendimento de cerca de 7.400.00mt por mês que aplica nas despesas de casa e poupa algum na sua conta bancaria (BIM).
Nunca fez emprestimo noutros bancos, conheceu a Hluvuku atravez de uma amiga que tambem é cliente desta instituição. Este é o seu primeiro emprestimo na Hluvuku no valor de 20.000.00mt, com qual pretende comprar material de construção DE UMA CASA PARA HABITACAO(barrotes, pranchas, areia, cimento, e outros) para dar continuidade a sua obra.
Pretende concluir a sua obra para oferecer mais conforto a su familia, assim irá solicitar mais emprestimos a Hluvuku
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