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Rosa Margarita

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Rosa is now the president of the Mujeres Solidarias communal bank. She really likes being in the communal bank because of the group's camaraderie and solidarity. She lives in the Paute canton, an area with a wonderfully mild climate. In the canton there are various places to enjoy nature. Its people are very hard-working, and they engage in growing flowers, agriculture, raising animals, and commerce.

Rosa is a woman who spends the most amount of time possible at her home. She is 28 years old and married. They have two children, ages eight and six, and the children go to a school in the area. Her husband works as a day worker, and they live in their own house.

She spends most of her time taking care of her home. As they live in the country, she raises chickens, guinea pigs, and livestock. She also farms. These jobs give her the opportunity to contribute to the household finances because they are profitable.

She used her previous loan to buy chickens, and she got good income from them. She will use her new loan to buy guinea pigs in order to raise more of these animals.
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La Señora Rosa ahora es la presidenta del banco comunal Mujeres Solidarias, le gusta mucho estar en el grupo de la banca comunal por el compañerismo y la solidaridad del grupo. 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. Rosa es una mujer que le dedica el mayor tiempo posible a su hogar, tiene 28 años, es casada y en su unión conyugal ha concebido 2 hijos de 8 y 6 años de edad que están estudiando en una escuelita de la localidad. Su esposo labora como jornalero y la casa en la que viven es propia.

Ella pasa la mayor parte de su tiempo al cuidado de su hogar y como vive en el campo cría pollos, cuyes y ganado, labora también en la agricultura, estos trabajos le dan la oportunidad de aportar a la economía de su casa ya que es una actividad rentable.

Su crédito anterior lo invirtió en la compra de pollos de los cuales obtuvo buenas ganancias. Su nuevo crédito lo va a invertir en la compra de cuyes para incrementar la crianza de estos animales.

Previous Loan Details

Rosa has been a member of the communal bank "Mujeres Solidarias" for 2 years and has lived all her life in the town of Chican in Paute canton. The canton has a temperate climate, and its lands, on which much fruit is cultivated, are very fertile. Conditions are also excellent for growing the most… More from Rosa Margarita's previous loan »

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