Update on Furgencia EulaliaFurgencia is 40 years old. She lives a kilometer from the Los Laureles neighbourhood. She is a single mother of two small children who are attending Divino Redentor Primary School. Although she does not have the help of their father, she always tries to make sure her children are not in need of anything, especially their daily bread.
She has been working as a teacher for MINED for over 9 years, and is currently studying her first year of an education degree in URACCAN University.
She is a humble, responsible, honest and hard-working teacher who is very-much liked by her colleagues and community.
She is asking for her seventh loan to improve her home, for plastering and tiling, as her last loan was insufficient to allow her to finish these improvements and she requires a further loan to keep slowly moving forward until she finishes her home.
Her dream is to keep improving her home to have more comfort and live in a pleasant environment and to continue studying so that she can become an excellent teacher and have job security and health.
Está solicitando su 7mo credito para invertirlo en mejora de su vivienda como es repellar y hecharle el embaldozado por lo que con el credito anterior no le alcanzo el dinero para realizar estas mejoras y ella requiere de mas prestamos para ir poco a poco hasta verla terminada su vivienda. Su sueño es ir mejorando la vivienda para asi tener mejor comodidad y vivir en un ambiente agradable y seguir estudiando para llegar a ser una excelente profesional asi mismo tener estabilidad laboral y salud.
Previous Loan DetailsFurgencia lives one kilometer from the Los Laureles neighborhood, where everyday you can see the population increasing. She is the single mother of two minor children. They are in the primary grades at the Divino Redentor School. In spite of not having the help of the father of her children, she… More from Furgencia Eulalia's previous loan »
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