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Maluay De Curiquinga  (Cuenca) Group
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Update on Maluay De Curiquinga (Cuenca) Group

The communal bank Maluay de Curiquinga, consists of 9 women who work daily to improve the stability of their homes and the ability for their children to get ahead in life. They do various activities for a living. Some work in the city of Cuenca but they also raise animals or are in agriculture. They keep alive the culture and traditions of their people. The members of this communal bank meet in the sector Maluay en Cuenca where they enjoy lush greenery and a cool climate. Its architecture is a mix of old and new.

One of the members of this group, María Sandra, is 40 years old, married, and has seven children. Three study in the local school, two are in elementary school and the last two are young and stay at home. Her husband does construction, working as a mason for a living. The house that they live in is their own.

María Sandra does household chores and diligently cares for her children. She also works in the fields farming and raising animals. She learned this trade from her parents and little by little was making this her lifestyle and it now allows her to cover her household costs.

The funds for her previous loan were invested in the construction of a chicken coup which was very beneficial. This round she is requesting a credit to purchase chickens, pigs, and guinea pigs to continue growing in this economic activity.
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El banco comunal Maluay de Curiquinga, está formado por 9 mujeres quienes a diario laboran para mejorar la estabilidad de sus hogares y sacar delante de sus hijos, se dedican a varias actividades algunas laboran en la ciudad de Cuenca pero también crían animales o se dedican a la agricultura, mantienen viva la cultura y tradiciones de sus pueblos. Las socias de este banco comunal se reúnen en el sector de Maluay en Cuenca lugar que goza de exuberante vegetación y un clima frió, su arquitectura es una mezcla de lo antiguo y lo moderno.

Una de las socias de este grupo es la Señora. María Sandra tiene 40 años de edad, es casada y en su unión conyugal ha procreado 7 hijos, tres estudian en un colegio de la localidad, dos están estudiando en una escuelita y sus dos últimos hijos aun pequeños y pasan en casa. Su esposo se dedica al área de la construcción laborando como albañil, la casa en la que viven es propia.

La Señora. María Sandra se dedica a los quehaceres de su hogar y cuidar afanosamente a sus hijos, también trabaja en el campo sembrando y criando animales. Esta actividad aprendió de sus padres y poco a poco fue haciendo su estilo de vida y ahora le permite solventar los gastos de su hogar.

El dinero de su crédito anterior lo invirtió en la construcción de un galpón para pollos del cual ha sacado mucho provecho. Esta repitiendo el crédito ya que quiere comprar pollos, cerdos y cuyes para continuar creciendo en esta actividad económica.

Previous Loan Details

“Maluay de Curiquinga” is a communal bank made up of 10 women who live in the Parroquia del Valle surrounding area, located in the southeast part of the city of Cuenca. It’s one of the most important parishes in the area. Its people build homes and have small businesses. It’s a center for manual… More from Maluay De Curiquinga (Cuenca) Group's previous loan »

Additional Information

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About Ecuador

  • $10,200
    Average annual income
  • 16
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    Ecuador Loans Fundraising
  • $22,541,325
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • US Dollars
    Loan transacted in USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Maluay De Curiquinga (Cuenca) Group's $2,925 loan helped a member to buy chickens, pigs, and guinea pigs.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
May 23, 2013
Listed
Jun 18, 2013
Currency Exchange Loss:
N/A
Ended:
Dec 17, 2013