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María Del Carmen

Update on María Del Carmen

María is a very young member who has been part the communal bank Mujeres Solidarias for some time. She is a very positive woman who transmits her positivity and happiness to all of the members. She likes the communal bank because of the comradeship that exists in the group and because the loan time is short and it allows them to quickly finance their businesses. She lives in Cantón Paute, a place that has an exceptional warm climate, it has various places to enjoy nature, its people are very hardworking, and they make a living by growing flowers, agriculture, raising livestock and commerce.

María is 25 years old. She is married and from her relationship she has 2 children ages 7 and 2. Her first son is studying at a school in the area. Her husband works as a private-sector employee and they own the house they live in.

For 9 years she has made a living selling vegetables in the area market, but that business is not very profitable and many times she had losses. 8 months ago she began selling meat. She sells entire skinned pigs and pork meat by the pound.

Her last loan was invested in the purchase of vegetables, but her new loan will be invested in the purchase of pork meat so that she can continue to grow her new business.
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La Señora María es una socia muy joven que forma parte del banco comunal Mujeres Solidarias hace algún tiempo, es una mujer muy positiva que transmite su positivismo y alegría a todas las socias, le gusta el banco comunal por el compañerismo que existe en el grupo y porque el tiempo del crédito es corto y así les permiten financiar rápido su negocio. Vive por el Cantón Paute lugar que tiene un clima privilegiado ya que es cálido, cuenta con varios lugares para disfrutar de la naturaleza, su gente son muy trabajadoras, se dedican a la floricultura, agricultura, crianza de animales y comercio.

La Señora. María tiene 25 años, es casada y fruto de esa unión ha concebido dos hijos de 7 y 2 años de edad, su primer hijo está estudiando en una escuelita de la localidad. Su esposo labora como empleado privado y la casa en la que vive es de su propia.

Ella se dedicaba hace 9 años a vender hortalizas en el mercado del sector, pero este negocio no es muy rentable y muchas veces tenia perdidas, hace 8 mese se dedica a la venta de carne, vende cerdos enteros pelados y carne de cerdo por libras.

Su crédito anterior lo ha invirtió en la compra de hortalizas, pero su nuevo crédito lo va a invertir en la compra de carne de cerdo y así continuar creciendo en este nuevo negocio.

Previous Loan Details

María is on her sixth loan with the communal bank "Mujeres Solidarias." She lives in the community of Chican, which is part of the canton of Paute. This canton has a temperate climate, and its very fertile soils produce large quantities of fruit; they are also favorable for the cultivation of the... More from María Del Carmen's previous loan »

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