Update on Celsa DinoraCelsa is 51 years old and has a son. From a young age, she started helping her mother with the household chores. She also helped his father by bringing him the food to his workplace. Since it was a big family with few economic resources, she could not study and had to quit after a few basic courses. With time, she got married and had a son. Her life partner travelled to the United States and for a while was making sure they received some support. However, she has not heard from him for two years, only that he met another woman in the United States.
Her son, who is 16, is a student. During the weekends he works in agriculture and other activities in order to receive some income for the family. She works in agriculture with the help of her son and day laborers that she hires. With a lot of effort, she has managed to help her only son to get ahead. She has been doing this since she was very young. When she got married, her husband helped her to take care of 7,000 m2 planted with corn. She always hires laborers. Her plantations are located 1 km away from her house.
She will use the loan to buy agricultural supplies such as compost and fertilizer and to pay for the labor needed to prepare the land for the crops. She hopes to improve the plantations in order to have a more abundant harvest. In the future, she wants to see her son get ahead and pay for his studies, including the university if possible. With the loans she has received and with her hard work she will reach this goal. She will invest her profits in her son and to cover the family’s daily expenses.
Siendo una familia numerosa y de escasos recursos económicos, no pudo optar a estudiar solo logro sacar los primeros grados, pasando el tiempo se caso y formo una familia quien procreando un hijo, pero su compañero de vida, se fue para Estados Unidos quien por algún tiempo estuvo muy pendiente de ella y su hijo; pero desde hace un par de años ya no supo de él, solo que se acompaño con otra mujer en los Estados Unidos.
Su hijo quien tiene 16 años estudia y los fin de semana se dedica a trabajar la agricultura y en otras actividades para que ingrese dinero a la familia.
Ella, se dedica a trabajar la agricultura siempre pagando mosos y con la ayuda de su hijo con mucho esfuerzo a logrado sacar adelante a su único hijo, se a dedicado a esta actividad desde muy joven y cuando se acompaño lo hizo por su cuenta en compañía de su compañero de vida, quienes trabajaban 7,000 metros cuadrados de maíz, siempre las hace pero pagando mosos, los cultivos se encuentran a un kilómetro de distancia de la casa donde reside.
Los fondos del crédito serán utilizados para la compra de insumos agrícolas: abonos, fertilizantes, pago de mosos y para preparar la tierra para el cultivo, se espera favorecer mejor el cultivo de maíz, con el objetivo de que su cosecha sea abundante.
Espera en un futuro sacar adelante a su hijo brindándole el estudio si es posible hasta la universidad, con los prestamos realizados y trabajando con mucho esfuerzo alcanzara esa meta, las ganancias serán invertidas en su hijo y en el consumo diaria del grupo familiar.
Previous Loan DetailsCelsa is 51 years old, married, and has one child. Since she was very young, she has helped her father work in agriculture. Since her family was large and she was the oldest, she married at 19 years old and started working on her own in her husband's company. As the years went on, her husband lef... More from Celsa Dinora's previous loan »
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