Update on Diana ElizabethDiana is 22 years old. She is single and has three children. She lives with her children in Ventanas cantón, in Los Rios province.
The Cevallos communal bank is located in the small town of San Francisco, which belongs to the San Juan de Pueblo Viejo parish. The members work in agriculture.
Diana raises animals, such as chickens and pigs. She is requesting the loan to buy chickens and pigs and food to raise and fatten them.
With the support of the loan, she will buy more animals so she can raise them and then sell them at a good price. She makes her purchases in the town of Babahoyo and sells in the towns of San Juan and in Ventanas.
Her dream is to buy a piece of land. The challenge that she has is the lack of money with which to buy animals.
In her free time she plays sports.
VRC CEVALLOS, SE ENCUENTRA UBICADA EN EL RECINTO SAN FRANCISCO, PERTENECE A LA PARROQUIA SAN JUAN DE PUEBLO VIEJO SE DEDICAN A LABORES AGRICOLAS.
Diana se dedica a la agricultura la crianza de animales como gallinas y cerdos. Solicita el crédito para comprar animales cómo pollos y cerdos y alimento de engorde y crianza.
Con el apoyo del crédito va a comprar mas animales para criar y luego venderlos a un buen precio. Realiza sus compras en la ciudad de Babahoyo y ventas en la ciudad de San Juan y en Ventanas.
El sueño es comprar un terreno.El desafío al que se enfrenta la señora es la falta de dinero para poder comprar los animales.
En su tiempo libre se dedica a hacer deporte.
Previous Loan DetailsDiana Elizabeth is 21 years old, single and has three children. She lives with her children in Ventanas canton, in los Ríos province. The Cevallos community bank is located in San Francisco, in San Juan de Pueblo Viejo parish. The members of this community bank work in agriculture. Diana… More from Diana Elizabeth's previous loan »
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