Update on Juan IsraelJUAN is 28 years old. He was married a short time ago and has a six month old son. He lives with his wife and son in the city of Guaranda, Bolivar province.
The Tagma Rumiñahui communal bank is made up of 14 members. It is almost 25 from the San Simón office. They work in agriculture and raising livestock.
JUAN grows corn and beans and raises and sells cattle and chickens. He is asking for the loan to buy some cows as well as seeds, fertilizer for the crops and feed.
Juan's dream is to always work to help his son and give him a good education. His challenge is facing weather changes.
During carnaval he likes to spend time with his family and friends.
La VRC Tagma Rumiñahui, esta conformada por 14 socios casi a 25 minutos de la oficina de San Simón, se dedican a la agricultura y ganadería.
JUAN se dedica al cultivo y venta de maiz y frejol, y a la crianza y venta de pollos y vacas. Solicita el crédito para comprar unas vacas, semillas, abonos para los cultivos y balanceado.
El sueño de Juan es tener simpre trabajo para ayudar a su hijo a dar una buena educacion. El desafío al que el señor se enfrenta es el cambio de clima.
En la fietas de carnaval le gusta mucho compartir con la familia y los amigos.
Previous Loan DetailsJuan Israel is 27 years old, single and has no children. He lives with his parents in the city of Guarand, Province of Bolivar. The communal bank Tagma Rumiñahui is made up of 14 members at almost 25 minutes from the San Simon office. They devote themselves to crop and livestock farming.… More from Juan Israel's previous loan »
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