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Liliana Del Rocio

Update on Liliana Del Rocio

Liliana, 29, is married and has to children; she lives with her husband and children in San José de Chimbo. She works raising pigs and chickens to then sell by the pound or live. She makes her purchases in Guaranda’s wholesale market. She’s asking for the money to buy feed and nutritional supplements for the animals. Liliana’s dream is to have money for her children’s education and to buy a pick-up truck for work. In her free time she likes to read humorous stories and to help her children with their school homework.
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Liliana tiene 29 años es casada tiene dos hijos vive con el esposo y con los hijos en San Jose de Chimbo.

Liliana se didica a la crianza de cerdos y gallinas para luego vender rn libra o en pie, las compras las realiza en Guaranda en el mercado mayorista. El dienro lo solicita para la comprar de balanceados y comida para los animales.


El sueño de de Liliana es tener dinero para dar la educacion a los hijos y comprar una camioneta para el trabajo.

En los triempos libres le gusta leer historias comicas. Y ayudar a los hijos hacer las tareas de la escuela.

Previous Loan Details

Liliana is twenty-one years old and married with two children. She lives with her husband and children in Chimbo. She makes her living raising and selling animals such as pigs and chickens. Since this is her only form of income, the money has helped her to buy more animals as well as food for ... More from Liliana Del Rocio's previous loan »

Additional Information

About Cooperativa San Jose

This loan is administered by Cooperativa San Jose, a 45,000-member credit union located high in the Andes Mountains of Ecuador’s poorest province, Bolivar. They offer a unique loan called “Ventanillas Rurales” [Window to the Countryside], which uses a group guarantee but is an individual loan with a savings component, mostly to rural borrowers. Due to low savings rates and a history of macroeconomic instability, many traditional loans in Ecuador demand interest rates that are prohibitively high for some borrowers. There is also a high incidence of extortionist black-market lending in Ecuador. CSJ helps mitigate these problems by providing a less onerous and more appropriate option. Join CSJ’s Lending Team!

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About Ecuador

  • $10,600
    Average annual income
  • 47
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    Ecuador Loans Fundraising
  • $24,293,125
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • US Dollars
    Loan transacted in USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $1,500 helped Liliana Del Rocio to buy animal feed.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
20 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
May 23, 2013
Listed
May 31, 2013
Currency Exchange Loss:
N/A
Ended:
Nov 17, 2014