Update on Elba JennyElba, 40, is single and has four children. She lives with them in the Ventanas Canton in the province of Los Ríos.
The members of the communal bank "San Antonio" work in agriculture and all live in the community of Aguas Frías, where they were practically raised. Most of them are crop or livestock farmers.
Elba works in agriculture and grows corn, rice and cocoa and also raises chickens and pigs.
She is requesting a loan to buy fertilizers and supplies. She plans to use the loan to buy fertilizers. Every week she goes to Ventanas to make her purchases. Her goal is to get ahead in her work, despite the competition she faces.
In her free time she enjoys staying busy.
Elba tiene 40 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 San Antonio 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.
Elba se dedica a la agricultura, siembra de maíz y arroz, cacaoy cria de pollos y chanchos.
Solicita el crédito para comprar fertilizantes, insumos, abonos.
Con el apoyo del crédito podrá comprar los fertilizantes.
Las compras lo realizan en Ventanas cada semana.
Su sueño es salir adelante con su trabajo. Su desafío es la competencia.
En sus tiempos libres le gusta trabajar.
Previous Loan DetailsElba, 40, is in a free civil union and has four children; she lives with her children in the city of Ventanas, Los Ríos Province. She’s in the “San Antonio” communal bank whose members all live in the Recinto Aguas Frías Sector; they’ve practically been raised there and they work in agriculture ... More from Elba Jenny's previous loan »
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