Update on Galo EvaristoGalo Evaristo is 43 years old, single, and has no children. He lives with his parents in the canton of Ventanas in Los Ríos Province.
Galo is a member of the October 27th Communal Bank, which is located in the neighborhood of Santa Sofía in the canton of Ventanas. This Communal Bank consists of short cycle farmers who grow corn, rice, and pigeon peas.
Galo is a farmer who grows corn. He buys and sells in Ventanas. Galo is requesting a loan to buy seeds, fertilizers, and urea so that he can prepare more land for planting. With the support of this loan, he will be able to buy farming supplies so that he can have a successful planting. His challenges include dealing with pests known as “langosta”.
His dream is to buy a piece of land. In his free time, Galo enjoys playing volleyball.
Es integranbte de la VRC 27 DE OCTUBR, se encuentra ubicada en el recinto Santa Sofía, Perteneciente al Cantón Ventanas, Esta ventanilla se dedica a labores agrícolas de ciclo corto siembra de maíz, arroz, frejol gandul.
Galo se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de maíz. Las compras y las ventas lo hace en ventanas.
Solicita el crédito para comprar semillas, fertilizantes, urea y poder arrendar más terreno para sembrar. Con la ayuda del crédito podrá comprar los insumos agrícolas para que la siembra sea un exito. Los desafíos a los que se enfrenta son las plagas coma la langosta.
El sueño es poder comprarse un terreno. En el tiempo libre le gusta jugar boli.
Previous Loan DetailsGalo Evaristo is 42 years old, single and lives with his parents, he has no children. He lives in the Ventanas area, province of Los Ríos.
The communal bank is called October 27, it is located in the San Sofia neighborhood, part of the Ventanas area, they work in short cycle agriculture corn,… More from Galo Evaristo's previous loan »
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