Update on Feliciana RumianaFeliciana Rumiana, 48, is married and has three children. She lives with her children and her husband in Guaranda, Bolívar Province.
She’s a member of the “Muschuc Ñan” communal bank located in the community of Guanto Cruz, Guanujo Parish, sixty minutes from the office. It has 11 members who work farming blackberries and corn and raise farm animals and dairy cows for cheese production.
Feliciana Rumiana farms blackberries, potatoes and lima beans and also raises chickens and pigs.
She is asking for the loan to buy manure, insecticide, fertilizer and urea. With help from the loan she’ll be able to fumigate the blackberry crops.
Her purchases take place weekly in Guanto Cruz. Her dream is to own a farm. The challenge she faces is transportation and bad weather. In her free time she enjoys knitting, resting and enjoying the Christmas season.
Es Integrante de la VRC MUSHUC ÑAN está ubicada en la comunidad Guanto Cruz parroquia Guanujo a 60 minutos de la oficina conformada por 11 socios y socias se dedica a las labores agrícolas en cultivo de mora, maíz, cría de animales de corral y vacas lecheras para la elaboración de quesos.
Feliciana Rumiana se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de moras, papas, habas, además cría pollos y cerdos.
Solicita el crédito para compra de abonos, insecticidas, fertilizantes, urea. Con la ayuda del crédito podrá fumigar los cultivos de mora.
Las compras lo realiza en Guanto Cruz cada semana. El sueño es tener una finca. El desafío al que se enfrenta es el transporte y el mal tiempo.
En el tiempo libre le gusta tejer y descansar y disfrutar de la época de navidad.
Previous Loan DetailsFeliciana Rumiana R. M. is 47 years old. She is married and lives with her husband and 3 children in Guaranda canton, in Bolívar province. The 'GRUPO DE MUJERES MUSHUCÑAN' community bank is located in Guanto Cruz community, in Guanujo parish, in Guaranda canton. The 22 members of this grou... More from Feliciana Rumiana's previous loan »
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