Update on Maria TeresaMaría, 42, is married. She lives with her husband and children in Ventanas Canton, Los Ríos Province.
She’s a member of the “Venceremos Unidos” (We Will Triumph Together) communal bank located in Recinto Anchoveta on the way to Recinto La Templanza that belongs to Pueblo Viejo Canton. This communal bank is involved with agricultural activities related to short cycle corn and rice crops.
María Teresa has been growing corn and rice for several years now. She buys her products in Ventanas and sells them in a market there and in Pueblo Viejo Canton. She’s asking for the loan to buy manure, urea and liquid fertilizer for the crops. The loan has helped her to increase her income for her family’s consumption and to invest. Her dream is to buy refrigerator for her home because the food is spoiling. She enjoys washing clothes in the river and ironing.
La ventanilla se llama VENCEREMOS UNIDOS se encuentra ubicada en el Recinto Anchoveta vía al Recinto La Templanza, perteneciente al cantón Pueblo Viejo, esta ventanilla se dedica a labores agrícolas de ciclo corto siembre de maíz y arroz.
María Teresa se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de maíz y arroz desde hace algunos años. Compra sus productos en Ventanas y las vende en el mercado del mismo lugar y en Cantón Pueblo Viejo.
El crédito solicito para la compra de abono, urea, líquidos fertilizantes para la siembra del maíz y arroz. El préstamo le ayudado para aumentar los ingresos para el consumo de la familia y para invertir. Su sueño es comprar una refrigeradora para su casa porque la comida se esta dañando.
Le gusta lavar la ropa en el rio y planchar.
Previous Loan DetailsMaría Teresa is 40 years old and married. She lives with her husband and children in Ventanas canton, in Los Ríos province. The 'Vencedores Unidos' community bank is located in Anchoveta, on the road to L. Templanza, in Pueblo Viejo canton. The members of this bank work in short-cycle agricu... More from Maria Teresa's previous loan »
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