Update on Luz MarianaLuz has been a member of the communal bank Corazón de Jesús for some time, and the group meetings are held at her house. Because of the time spent together requesting loans they have become a very united, supportive group. She lives in a community in the Valle Parish in Cuenca, which is surrounded by mountains, giving it a picturesque environment. The climate is cold and the people are hard workers in the areas of agriculture, livestock farming and commerce. They keep their culture and traditions alive.
Luz is 47 years old and married; and her husband works in the roofing construction sector. Through their combined efforts they have managed to have a house of their own.
For now, this member is in good health, as is her husband. She works every day alongside her husband to build roofing, having learned the trade from him.
She used a previous loan to buy raw materials, and was able to pay back the loan on time without any difficulty. She plans to use the new loan to buy reeds, plaster, pita fiber and other materials to continue expanding her business. The companionship is what she likes best about the communal bank Corazón de María.
Doña Luz tiene 47 años, es casada y su esposo labora fabricando cielos rasos, con el trabajo conyugal han realizado su casa propia.
Nuestra socia por el momento se encuentra gozando de muy buena salud al igual que su esposo.Ella trabaja diariamente conjuntamente con su esposo en la elaboración de estucos (cielos rasos), actividad que nuestra socia aprendió por su esposo quien le enseño este arte.
Su crédito anterior lo invirtió en comprando materia prima, los pagos de dicho crédito los realizo en las fechas indicadas sin ninguna dificultad. Su nuevo crédito lo va a invertir en la compra de carrizos, yeso, cabuya y otros materiales para continuar agrandando su negocio. El compañerismo es lo que más le gusta del banco comunal Corazón de María de quien forma parte.
Previous Loan DetailsLuz is a member of the communal bank Corazon de Maria. She lives in the Parish Del Valle (Cuenca). This is an area that is surrounded by mountains that give us beautiful scenery. The people are dedicated to commerce, livestock farming, and agriculture. Many work in the city in various types of wo... More from Luz Mariana's previous loan »
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