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Nila Genny
The La Sequita communal bank meets in the Sequita parish, which belongs to the region of Montecristi and the village of Manabita. It is full of dedicated, hard-working people who are proud of their roots and heritage. Sequita is a parish where the residents are honest people who only know how to work and take care of their families.

Nila lives here. She is 45 years old, married and has three adult children. One of these children lives with her, due to suffering from epilepsy. Her husband works in Guayaquil.

Our friend sells all types of clothes in order to earn her own income and contribute to household expenses. Her form of sale is door-to-door, she travels with the products that she delivers. The majority are orders made in advance by customers who pay on credit, which Nila collects every 15 days or on the weekends, according to her customers' wishes. She works four days a week. She buys her merchandise in Guayaquil, taking advantage of her husband's trips to go and buy at the end of the month, generally. She has worked in this business for over 12 years and is satisfied with it.

This loan is to buy clothes in Guayaquil since she already has some orders. She is a founding member of the communal bank and likes it because of the additional benefits that the institution provides.

Her dreams are to see her son recover from the severe back pain he suffers from, and to continue working.
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El Banco Comunal La Sequita se reúne en La parroquia Sequita que pertenece a Montecristi prospero cantón manabita, lleno de gente trabajadora dedicada y orgullosa de sus raíces, La Sequita es una parroquia donde sus habitantes son gente honesta que solo saben trabajar y dedicarse a sus familias.

En este lugar vive la señora Nila. Tiene 45 años de edad, está casada y de esta relación tiene tres hijos ya todos son mayares de edad, uno de ellos viven aun con ella ya que sufre de ataques de epilepsia. Su marido trabaja en Guayaquil.

Nuestra amiga para ganar sus propios ingresos y con estos poder contribuir con los gastos del hogar se dedica al comercio, vende ropa de todo tipo y su forma de venta es puerta a puerta, ella recorre con sus productos los mismos que entrega ya que la mayor parte son pedidos que le realizan sus clientes con anticipación, trabaja cuatro días de la semana, deja a crédito y cobra cada quince días o los fines de semana de acuerdo a como lo deseen sus clientes, su mercadería la compra en Guayaquil ya que aprovecha los viajes de su esposo para ir a comprar por lo general los fines de mes. Lleva más de 12 años con su negocio el cual le deja buenas satisfacciones.

Este crédito es para ir a comprar ropa en Guayaquil ya que tiene algunos pedidos. Es socia fundadora del Banco Comunal y le gusta por los beneficios adicionales que brinda la institución.

Sus sueños son ver que su hijo se recupere de ese mal que lo aqueja y seguir trabajando.

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