Update on Nancy VivianaNancy belongs to the "12 de Abril" communal bank. She lives in Cuenca, a city that's been a Cultural Heritage of Humanity since December, 1999. It's a city with colonial and modern architecture. It's residents are kind, pleasant and still preserve their culture and traditions.
Nancy's 23-years-old and the single mother of two children who are 5 and 3 years old. Her oldest daughter goes to the local elementary school. Nancy's house is hers. She works daily selling seafood in a city market, an activity she's been in for three years and that thanks to her charisma has led to having a select clientele. This work gives her time to care for her children who are still little.
She used the money from her previous loan to buy a large selection of seafood for her business and repaid said loan on time and with no difficulties. She will also use her new loan to buy seafood. She likes her communal bank because it's a quick way to get business capital.
La Señora Nancy tiene 23 años, es madre soltera de 2 hijos de 5 y 3 años de edad, su primera hija estudia en una escuelita de la ciudad. La casa en la que vive es de su propiedad.
Ella labora diariamente en la venta de mariscos en un mercado de la ciudad, actividad que la desempeña hace 3 años y gracias a su carisma ha logrado tener una clientela selecta, este trabajo le da el espacio para poder cuidar de sus hijos quienes aun son pequeños.
El dinero de su crédito anterior lo invirtió en la compra de una gran variedad de mariscos para su negocio y la cancelación de dicho crédito lo ha realizado en las fechas correspondientes sin dificultad. Su nuevo crédito también lo va a invertir comprando mariscos.
El banco comunal le gusta porque es una manera rápida de poder tener capital para su negocio.
Previous Loan DetailsSeñora Nancy is a member of the Sociedad 12 de Abril communal bank. She lives in a beautiful sector of Cuenca city which has a cold climate. In December 1999, this area was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site due to the beauty of its architecture. The area has a rich natural heritage, and its... More from Nancy Viviana's previous loan »
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