Rogelio is 44 years old and lives in the community of Tako Tako Alto, Mizque Province, in Cochabamba Department. He has 5 dependent children. Rogelio is married to Rogelia, who is 40 years old, and they collaborate in agricultural production and managing the family.
Due to freezes in the zone, Rogelio has lost 50 % of his tomato and potato crop, resulting in a diminution of his expected economic income from selling these products. For this reason, their economic stability has suffered a disequilibrium, directly affecting his ability to purchase supplies and inputs needed for production, as well as in the family food basket required to feed his family.
To correct the above mentioned problems, he is seeking a loan with the object of improving his family's quality of life and retaking the road to prosperity.
EL SEÑOR ROGELIO, TIENE 44 AÑOS DE EDAD, VIVEN EN LA COMUNIDAD DE TAKO TAKO ALTO DE LA PROVINCIA MIZQUE DEL DEPARTAMENTO DE COCHABAMBA, TIENE CINCO HIJOS DEPENDIENTES, SU ESPOSA ES LA SEÑORA ROGELIA CON EDAD DE 40 AÑOS QUIEN COLABORA EN LA PRODUCCIÓN AGRÍCOLA LIDERANDO EL MANEJO DE LA FAMILIA. POR LAS HELADAS EN LA ZONA, DON ROGELIO A PERDIDO EL 50% DE SU PRODUCCIÓN DE TOMATE Y PAPA EL CUAL A OCASIONANDO UNA DISMINUCIÓN DE INGRESOS ECONÓMICOS POR VENTA DE ESTOS PRODUCTOS, POR ESTOS MOTIVOS MENCIONADOS LA ESTABILIDAD ECONÓMICA HA SUFRIDO UN DESEQUILIBRIO AFECTANDO DIRECTAMENTE EN LA ADQUISICIÓN DE LOS MATERIALES E INSUMOS REQUERIDOS PARA LA PRODUCCIÓN COMO EN LA CANASTA FAMILIAR PARA LA ALIMENTACIÓN DE LA FAMILIA. PARA ENMENDAR LO MENCIONADO ANTERIORMENTE HA RECURRIDO AL CRÉDITO CON EL OBJETIVO DE MEJORAR LA CALIDAD DE VIDA DE LA FAMILIA Y RETOMAR EL CAMINO DE LA PROSPERIDAD.
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