Update on Nancy NarcisaNancy is 49 years old, single, and does not have children. She lives in the canton of Ventanas in the province of Los Ríos.
She is a member of the rural solidarity group “Asociación 10 de Septiembre” [“September 10 Association”], which is located in Lechugalito, a “recinto” [a small rural settlement] in the canton of Ventanas, province of Los Ríos.
Nancy works in agriculture, growing corn and raising chicks, chickens, ducks and turkeys to meet her family’s household expenses. She excels the most at her corn crop. She sells her products in San Carlos.
Nancy is requesting this loan to buy herbicides, fertilizers and manure for her corn crop and to buy balanced feed for her animals. Her goal is to make money for her family. One challenge she faces is a lack of money for travel.
El socio es miembro de la ventanilla rural Aso. 10 de Septiembre que esta ubicado en Lechugalito es un recinto que pertenece al Cantón Ventanas Provincia de los Ríos.
Nancy trabaja en la agricultura a la siembra de maiz y a la crianza de pollos patos y pavos para incrementar la economía de la familia. El cultivo que más sobresale es la siembra de maíz, además se dedica a la crianza de gallinas, los productos vende en San Carlos.
El socio solicita el crédito para la agricultura la compra de hericidas, fertilizantes, abonos y balanceado para los animales. Su meta es tener una buena actividad económica para la familia.
Los desafíos que enfrenta la falta de dinero para salir de viaje.
Previous Loan DetailsNancy is 49 years old. She is single and does not have any children. She lives in Ventanas in the province of Los Rios. The borrower is a member of the Aso. 10 de Septiembre communal bank, which is located in Lechugalito in the canton of Ventanas in the province of Los Rios. There are 21 membe... More from Nancy Narcisa's previous loan »
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