Juan is 37. He received his high school diploma, but didn't go on to attend university. He is married to Nora, whom he lives with. They have three daughters, who study at a local public school at the primary level.
Currently their economic situation is stable. This is thanks to the fact that in previous years the husband travelled to Argentina to work, in order to better his income and save. Once he returned, his savings were earmarked for the purchase of cattle.
Currently, the family lives in Cochabamba, and they all work together in the business of milk production. Juan works with the desire to improve his situation in order to offer his family a better life.
The loan he is requesting is to buy corn husks for feeding the cattle, due to the fact that he received an offer from his neighbor to purchase these.
El señor Juan tiene 37 años, estudio hasta el nivel bachillerato, no curso el nivel universitario, se caso con la señora Nora, con el cual vive y tienen tres hijas, las cuales estudian en un colegio fiscal de la zona en nivel primario, actualmente su situación económica es estable, esto es gracias a que en años anteriores el esposo viajo a trabajar a Argentina para mejorar sus ingresos y ahorrar; una vez que regreso sus ahorros fueron destinados para la compra de ganado vacuno. Actualmente la familia vive en Cochabamba y todos colaboran en la actividad de producción de leche. Don Juan con el deseo de mejorar su situación para brindar a su familia una mejor vida. El crédito que solicita es para compra de una chala para alimentar al ganado, debido a que el cliente recibió una oferta de su vecino para la compra de la misma.
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