Update on David OswaldoDavid Oswaldo is 31 years old and married without children. He lives with his wife in the Ventanas canton in the province of Los Ríos.
The communal bank LA VRC NUEVA UNIÓN is located in the area of Guamayacu, which belongs to the canton of Echeandía. This settlement grows short-cycle crops such as corn, rice and green pigeon peas.
David works growing corn, rice and green pigeon peas, the buying and selling of which take place in Echeandia.
The loan will be very helpful because he could plant and harvest for income. The previous loan helped him to get ahead and he had no problem making timely payments to the communal bank. With this loan he could buy seeds and agricultural supplies such as urea, herbicide, fertilizers, and weedkiller to maintain the crops in good condition.
His family relationship has improved because now he can contribute a little more to the well being of his family. His work is going along better because he has expanded the production and increased his earnings because now with the sale of his crops he is making more profit.
His dream is to continue working together with his family in order for his family and his business to prosper.
He is very grateful for the support.
LA VRC NUEVA UNIÓN, se encuentra ubicada en el Recinto Guamayacu, perteneciente al Cantón Echeandía, esta ventanilla se dedica a labores agrícolas de ciclo corto siembra de maíz, arroz, fréjol gandul.
David se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de maíz, arroz, fréjol gandul las compras y las ventas las realiza Echeandia.
El Crédito será de mucha ayuda porque podrá sembrar y cosechar para tener utilidades ya que con el apoyo de anterior crédito le ayudado a superarse y no tuvo ningún problema para poder cancelar las cuotas establecidas por la cooperativa. Con el dinero pudo comprar semillas e insumos agrícolas como urea, mata monte, fertilizantes, veneno para la maleza para mantener en buenas condiciones los cultivos.
En la familia la relación ha mejorado porque ahora puede aportar un poco más para el bienestar de la familia, en el trabajo le va mucho mejor porque a aumentado la producción en los ingresos a mejorado mucho porque ahora con la venta de los productos obtiene más ingresos.
El sueño es seguir trabajando junto a la familia para lograr prosperar en la familia y en el negocio.
"Esta muy agradecido por la ayuda brindada".
Previous Loan DetailsDavid Oswaldo B. L. is 31 years old, married and lives with his wife in the Ventanas canton in the province of Los Ríos. He has no children. The communal bank "V.R.C. NUEVA UNION" is located in Guamayacu which belongs to the Echeandia canton. This farm group mainly grows short-cycle crops suc... More from David Oswaldo's previous loan »
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