Update on Rosa MacloviaRosa is on her fourth loan with the "Sector 3 Maria" communal bank. She lives in a community belonging to Turi Parish in Cuenca. Turi comes from the indigenous word "kuri" which means gold. It has a structure typical of the rural settlements in the region: the presence of a plaza and church, and the buildings are located around urban landmarks; they are worthy of a visit. Because of its architectural beauty, its people still keep alive the flames of the culture and traditions.
Rosa is 40 years old and married. She has four children, ages 20, 17, 16, and 14. Her two oldest children work, help her financially, and study in a school with distance learning. Her youngest two children are studying at a school in the city. Her husband works as a private employee. They share the house in which they live.
She cleans houses for a living, working every day of the week. At home, she raises and sells pigs, hens, guinea pigs, and chickens. She also cultivates the land and what she harvests is used for food at home.
She is taking another loan because she wants to buy chickens and feed for all of her animals.
She invested her previous loan in the construction of a pigpen in order to grow her business. She made all of her payments on the designated days. Her goal is to have more animals in order to sell.
Doña Rosa tiene 40 años de edad, está casada y en su unión conyugal ha concebido 4 hijos de 20, 17, 16 y 14 años de edad, sus dos primeros hijos trabajan, le ayudan económicamente y estudian en un colegio a distancia, sus dos últimos hijos solo se dedica a estudiar en un colegio de la ciudad. Su esposo labora como empleado privado, la casa en la que viven es de propiedad conyugal.
Ella se dedica a la limpieza de diferentes casas en las que trabaja todos los días, en su casa se dedica a la cría y venta de Chanchos, gallinas, cuyes y pollos, también cultiva sus terrenos y lo que cosecha es para el consumo de su hogar.
Su crédito anterior lo invirtio en la construcción de una chanchera para crecer en su negocio y realizo todos los pagos en las fechas indicadas. Esta repitiendo el crédito ya que quierfe comprar pollos y alimento para todos sus animales.
Su meta es tener más animales para la venta.
Previous Loan DetailsRosa is a member of the “Sector 3 María” communal bank. She lives in a community belonging to Turi Parish in Cuenca. This parish is known for the beauty of its church and also because one can view a large part of the city of Cuenca from there. Its people are nice, kind, tenacious and… More from Rosa Maclovia's previous loan »
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