Update on Maria MagdalenaMaría Magdalena is 35 years old. She is single and has four children. She lives with her children and her parents in Ventanas in the province of Los Ríos.
She is a member of the "Luchando por una misma Causa" ("Fighting for the Same Cause") communal bank located in the rural community of La Primavera in Ventanas canton. This communal bank works in short-cycle agriculture growing corn and rice.
María Magdalena is a farmer and grows corn, rice, and beans. She also raises chickens and ducks. She will use the money to buy seeds, supplies, and urea. With the help of the loan, she will be able to grow her crops. She will make the purchases in the city of Ventanas.
Her dream is to start a clothing store.
The challenges she faces are crop infestations such as "langosta" and "Orosco". In her free time, she likes to dance.
Es Integrante de la VRC Luchando por una misma Causa, se encuentra ubicada en el recinto la Primavera, perteneciente al Cantón Ventanas, esta ventanilla se dedica a labores Agrícolas de ciclo corto siembra de maíz, arroz.
María Magdalena se dedica a la Agricultura al siembra de maíz, fréjol , arroz, además se dedica a la crianza de gallinas y patos. El dinero lo Utilizará para comprar semillas, insumos, urea. Con la ayuda del crédito podrá hacer crecer los cultivos. Las compras las realizará en la ciudad Ventanas.
El sueño es poner un negocio de venta de ropa.
Los desafíos a los que se enfrenta son las plagas la langosta y el Orosco. En el tiempo libre le gusta bailar.
Previous Loan DetailsMaria Magdalena, 35, is single and lives with her parents and her children in Ventanas Canton in the province of Los Ríos. The members of the Luchando por una Misma Causa communal bank are located in the precinct of La Primavera in Ventanas Canton. This communal bank works on short-cycle… More from Maria Magdalena's previous loan »
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