Update on Maria CleofeMaría Cleofe is 33 years old, widowed, and lives with her daughter in the neighborhood of San Temistocles in the canton of Ventanas.
The Communal Bank “Narcisa de Jesus” is located in the neighborhood of San Temistocles, which is in the canton of Ventanas. This group consists of short-cycle farmers who grow corn and rice.
Maria Cleofe is a farmer who grows corn. She buys her supplies in Ventanas and sells her products at the market in the same place. The loan she is requesting will be used to buy seeds and fertilizers for growing corn and rice. This will be a great help with increasing her income for the consumer needs of her family and for investment. Her dream is to buy a house.
In her free time, Maria Cleofe enjoys relaxing.
La ventanilla NARCISA DE JESUS se encuentra ubicada en el Recinto San Temistocles, perteneciente al cantón Ventanas, esta ventanilla se dedica a labores agrícolas de ciclo corto siembre de maíz y arroz.
Maria Cleofe se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de maíz. Compra sus productos en Ventanas y las vende en el mercado del mismo lugar.
El crédito solicito para la compra de semillas y fertilizantes para la siembra del maíz y arroz. El préstamo le ayudado para aumentar los ingresos para el consumo de la familia y para invertir. Su sueño es comprar una casa.
En los tiempos libres le gusta descansar.
Previous Loan DetailsMaria Cleofe is 33 years old. She is single and lives with her daughter. She lives in the Ventanas canton in the province of Los Rios. This communal bank is called Narcisa de Jesus. It is located in the San Temistocles district in the Ventanas canton. This communal bank works with agricultura... More from Maria Cleofe's previous loan »
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