Update on Vilma GladysVilma is asking for a new loan so that she can continue to work her pig farm. She will buy three pigs this season, so that she can have some on hand, fatten them up, and resell them. This loan will supplement the necessary investment that Vilma will make.
She believes that the previous loan had a positive effect and brought her a better income and improving some of her family’s conditions.
Con el préstamo anterior considera que su efecto fue positivo, teniendo mejores ingresos, cambiando algunas condiciones en su familia.
Previous Loan DetailsVilma makes a living raising pigs. She learned this business as a child close to her parents because they had been pig merchants. She does not have a set schedule to attend to the labors that the farm demands. She lives with her grandchild; her children have already moved to their own homes. Her ... More from Vilma Gladys's previous loan »
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