Update on Glenda IsabelGlenda is 28 years old, single and has four children. She lives with them in the Ventanas settlement of the Los Ríos province.
The group is called VRC Avanza and its members are farmers. They all live in the Aguas Frias area. They have practically been raised in this zone and most farm and raise livestock. Glenda raises corn.
She is asking for this loan to buy fertilizer, supplies, and compost. With the help of this loan she will be able to pay in cash and get better prices.
She makes her purchases in Mocache and Ventanas each week.
Her dream is to increase her capital. Her challenge is the competition. She likes to spend her spare time with her children.
Glenda tiene 28 años de edad, es soltera, tiene cuatro hijos, vive con sus hijos en el Cantón Ventanas Provincia de Los Ríos.
La descripción de la ventanilla es VRC Avanza, sus miembros se dedican a la agricultura, todos viven en el sector del recinto Aguas Frías.
Prácticamente se han criado en esa zona. Se dedican a labores agrícolas o pecuarias en su mayoría.
Glenda se dedica a la agricultura, siembra de maíz.
Solicita el crédito para comprar fertilizantes, insumos, abonos. Con el apoyo del crédito podrá comprar los fertilizantes a menor precio por ser al contado.
Las compras lo realizan en Mocache y Ventanas cada semana.
Su sueño es incrementar su capital. Su desafío es la competencia. En sus tiempos libres le gusta pasar con sus hijos y su familia.
Previous Loan DetailsGlenda Isabel is 26 years old and involved in a civil union and has three children. She lives with her spouse and children in the city of Ventanas in the provicne of Los Ríos She is a member of the VRC AVANZA, and their members are all involved in farming and live in the area of Recinto Agua ... More from Glenda Isabel's previous loan »
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