Update on Carlos TomasCarlos Tomas, age 20, is in a common-law marriage. He lives with his wife and their son in the Caimito precinct in the Ventanas canton.
The ‘La Verdad Nos Hará Libres’ [The Truth Will Make Us Free] communal bank is located in the Caimito 1 precinct of Ventanas canton. The members of this communal bank work in short-cycle agriculture, growing corn, rice, and vegetables.
Carlos Tomas grows corn and rice. He buys his products in Ventanas and sells them at the same place.
The requested loan is for buying seeds, supplies, fertilizers, urea, and manure for growing corn. The loan will help him to achieve his planting goal, and it will help him buy agricultural products for sowing.
His dream is to be able to buy more land to sow and to improve the income from the sale of his harvest.
In his free time Carlos Tomas likes to play sports and listen to music.
La ventanilla LA VERDAD NOS HARA LIBRES se encuentra ubicada en el Recinto Caimito 1, perteneciente al cantón Ventanas, esta ventanilla se dedica a labores agrícolas de ciclo corto siembre de maíz y arroz, legumbre.
Carlos Tomas se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de maíz, arroz. Compra sus productos en Ventanas y las vende en la mismo lugar.
El crédito solicito para la compra de semillas, insumos, fertilizantes, urea, abonos para la siembra del maíz. El préstamo le ayudado para cumplir con la meta de sembrar y comprar los productos agrícolas para las siembras. El sueño es poder comprarse mas terrenos para sembrar y mejorar los ingresos en la venta de la cosecha.
En los tiempos libres le gusta hacer deporte y escuchar música.
Previous Loan DetailsCarlos Tomas is 19 years old, single, and lives with his parents and one year-old son. He lives in the Caimito precinct of Ventanas canton. The "La Verdad Nos Hará Libres" ["The Truth Will Make Us Free"] communal bank is located in Caimito precinct of Ventanas canton. The members of this commu... More from Carlos Tomas's previous loan »
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