Update on Ana RosaAna Rosa, 23, is married and has two children; she lives with her husband and children who are 7 and 2 years old in Ventanas, Los Ríos Province.
She’s a member of the “Divino Niño” communal bank located in Recinto Estero Lindo belonging to Ventanas Canton. This communal bank is dedicated to short cycle corn and rice farming.
Ana Rosa farms corn. Her purchases and sales of products take place in Ventanas.
She’s asking for the loan to buy seeds, urea, manure, fertilizer and supplies. Support from the loan will improve the work. She faces challenges like infestations. Her dream is to buy a house. In her free time she likes to fix up the house.
Es integrante de la VRC DIVINO NIÑO, se encuentra ubicada en el Recinto Estero Lindo, perteneciente al Cantón Ventanas, esta Ventanilla se dedica a labores Agrícolas de ciclo corto siembra de maíz, arroz.
Ana Rosa se dedica a la Agricultura a la siembra de maíz. Las compras y las ventas de los productos lo hace en ventanas.
Solicita el crédito para comprar semillas, urea, abonos, fertilizantes, insumos. Con el apoyo del crédito mejorará el trabajo, Enfrenta desafíos como las plagas. El sueño es comprarse una casa.
En el tiempo libre le gusta arreglar la casa.
Previous Loan DetailsAna Rosa is 23 years old. She is married and lives with her husband and two children, aged 7 and 2, in Ventanas canton, in Los Ríos province. The "EL DIVINO NIÑO' community bank is located in Estero Lindo, in Ventanas canton. The members of this bank work in short-cycle agriculture, growing… More from Ana Rosa's previous loan »
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