Update on Shirley MargothShirley Margoth is 31 years old, married, and lives with her husband and two children in the canton of Ventanas in Los Ríos Province.
The members of the Communal Bank “Luchando por Una Misma Causa” (Fighting for a Same Cause) are from the neighborhood of La Primavera in the canton of Ventanas. All of the members of this Communal Bank are short-cycle farmers who grow corn and rice.
Shirley Margoth is a farmer who grows corn, rice, and pigeon peas. Her purchases are made in the city of Ventanas. She is requesting a loan in order to buy seeds, supplies, urea, and fertilizers for her crops. With the support of this loan, she will be able to improve her plantings. Shirley’s dream is to repair her house. The challenges she faces include pests, such as army worms and fungi.
In her free time, Shirley likes to dance and clean her house.
Los miembros de la V.R.C. LUCHANDO POR UNA MISMA CAUSA, se encuentra ubicada en el en el Recinto La primavera, perteneciente al Canton Ventans, esta ventanilla se dedica a labores agrícolas de ciclo corto siembra de maíz y arroz.
Shirley Margoth se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de maíz, arroz y frejol. Las compras lo hace en la ciudad de ventanas.
Solicita el crédito para comprar semillas, insumos, urea, fertilizantes para los cultivos. Con el apoyo del crédito le ayudaría a mejorar los sembrríos. El sueño es arreglar la casa. Los desafíos a los que se enfrenta son las plagas el cogollero y la lancha.
En el tiempo libre le gusta bailar y limpiar la casa.
Previous Loan DetailsShirley Margoth is 31 years old. She is married, and she lives with her husband and their two children in the Ventanas canton, Los Ríos province. The members of the “Luchando Por Una Misma Causa” (Fighting for the Same Cause) communal bank are in the La Primavera neighborhood in the Ventanas c... More from Shirley Margoth's previous loan »
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