Update on Jinson VicenteJinson Vicente is 31 years old, married, and has two children. He lives with his wife and his children in the city of Ventanas, in De Los Rios province. He is a member of the "Caminando Hacia el Futuro" communal bank, located in the rural settlement of Jesús del Gran Poder, which is part of Ventanas canton, and an area where people make their living from agriculture.
Jinson Vicente is a farmer, and grows cacao, bananas, and oranges. He is applying for the loan in order to buy a truck. He will purchase it in Ventanas.
With the help of the loan, he will be able to put together the money to buy the truck he so much needs for transporting his crops.
Jinson's dream is to buy a house. In his spare time he likes to play sports with his family.
"I am very grateful for the previous loan," he says.
La ventanilla se llama CAMINANDO HACIA EL FUTURO, se encuentra ubicada en el recinto Jesus del Gran Poder, pertenece al canton Ventanas, se dedica a labores agricolas.
JINSON VICENTE se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de cacao, guineo y naranja. Solicita el credito para comprarce una camioneta. La compra la realizará en Ventanas.
Con la yauda del crédito podrá completar el dinero para comprar la camioneta que tanta falta le hace para transportar los productos.
El sueño de Jinson es comprar una casa. En el tiempo libre le gusta hacer deporte con su familia.
"Esta muy agradecido por el anterior crédito".
Previous Loan DetailsJinson Vicente is 30 years old, married, and lives with his wife and children—6 year old Maicol and 3 year old David. The group is called Caminando Hacia El Futuro (“Walking Towards the Future.”) It is located in the Jesus del Gran Poder district in the Ventanas canton. It is centered around ... More from Jinson Vicente's previous loan »
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