Jhonny was born in the province of Carrasco in the department of Cochabamba. He's single and has no children. He studied up to the college level and plans to continue his studies once his production is solvent.
Since he was a little boy he has helped his parents in agriculture, which gives him a lot of experience with the crops he's currently growing. He has worked on his own for two years on a piece of land his parents gave him so he could farm it and be able to continue with his advanced studies. He also spends some time helping his parents on their land.
The trip he makes every day to go from his house to his plot of land is approximately five kilometers and he walks. This is why he needs a loan to be able to buy himself a motorcycle to make his trip easier. It also will help him be able to get to the university next year.
Jhonny nació en la provincia Carrasco del departamento de Cochabamba, estudió hasta el bachillerato piensa continuar sus estudios una vez que sea solvente la producción que tiene, es soltero y no tiene hijos, desde niño ayuda a sus padres en la agricultura esto hace que tenga bastante experiencia en los cultivos que actualmente produce, hace 2 años que trabaja de forma independiente en una fracción de terreno que sus padres le regalaron para que pueda trabajarlo y así poder continuar sus estudios superiores, también se da un tiempo para poder ayudar a sus padres en su parcela, el recorrido que hace cada día para ir de su casa a su parcela son de aproximadamente 5 kilómetros y lo hace caminando, es por eso que requiere un para poder comprarse una motocicleta, esto le facilitará su traslado y también le ayudara para el próximo año para poder trasladarse a la universidad.
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