Rita Del Carmen
Update on Rita Del CarmenRita del Carmen is 42 years old and married with three children. She lives with her husband and children in the canton of Ventanas in the Los Rios province. She is a member of the communal bank 27 de Octubre, which is located in the Santa Sofia precinct in the Ventanas canton. This solidarity group earns their living through short-rotation farming of corn, rice and pigeon pea beans.
Rita makes a living in agriculture cultivating corn and pigeon pea beans. She makes her purchases and sales in Ventanas. Rita is requesting a loan to buy seeds, fertilizers, urea [an organic compound used with fertilizer] and liquids. With the help of a loan, she will be able to buy compost in order to work in the agricultural sector. The challenges she faces are pests.
Her dream is to be able to own a house with land and in her free time she likes to do housework.
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.
Rita se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de maíz y frejol gandúl. Las compras y las ventas lo ahace en ventanas.
Solicita el crédito para comprar semillas, fertilizantes, urea, líquidos.Con la ayuda del crédito podra comprar los abonos agricolas para poder trabajar en la agricultura. Los desafíos a los que se enfrenta son las plagas.
El sueño es poder tener casa propia y terrenos. en el tiempo libre le gusta realizar los quehaceres domésticos.
Previous Loan DetailsRita del Carmen is 42 years old and married. She lives with her husband and children in the canton of Ventanas in Los Ríos Province.
The October 27th Communal Bank is located in the neighborhood of Recinto San Sofia, which is part of the canton of Ventanas. This Communal Bank is compose... More from Rita Del Carmen's previous loan »
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