Update on Jesus FloraJesus Flora, 32, is married and lives with her husband and two children in Ventanas canton in Los Ríos province. The communal bank SAN FRANCISCO DE SIBIMBE is located in Sibimbe in Ventanas canton. The bank has 20 members who do seasonal farmwork such as planting corn and rice. Jesus Flora is a farmer who plants corn and also raises chickens and pigs. She makes her purchases in Ventanas each month and sells at the fair there.
She is requesting this loan to buy seed, urea, pesticide, and fertilizer. With the loan, she will be able to purchase the supplies without any problems. Jesus Flora faces challenges like insects that attack the plantings. She dreams of continuing to work and likes to spend her free time with her children.
Esta Ventanilla se llama VRC SAN FRANCISCO DE SIBIMBE, se encuentra ubicada en el Recinto Sibimbe, perteneciente al Cantón Ventanas, esta ventanilla tiene 20socio los cuales se dedican a labores agrícolas de ciclo corto siembran maíz y arroz..
Jesus Flora se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de maíz, además se dedica a la crianza de gallinas, cerdos. Las comprar las realiza en Ventanas cada mes y las vende en la feria de la misma localidad.
Solicita el crédito para la compra de semillas, fertilizantes, urea líquido mata monte y abonos. Con el apoyo del crédito le ayudaría económicamente para comprar los productos sin ningún tipo de problenmas. Enfrentar desafíos como plagas que atacan a los cultivos. El sueño es seguir trbajando.
En el tiempo libre le gusta pasar con lo hijos.
Previous Loan DetailsJesus Flora is 31 years old, married, and lives with her husband and their two children in Ventanas Canton, in the province of Los Ríos. Her community bank is called VRC SAN FRANCISCO DE SIBIMBE and is located in Recinto Sibimbe in Ventanas Canton. The twenty members of the bank work in agricu... More from Jesus Flora's previous loan »
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