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Paccha  (Nabón) Group
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Update on Paccha (Nabón) Group

The loan team Paccha is made up of five female and one male member who all live in the canton of Nabon, a place blessed with extraordinary vegetation, a cold climate, and beautiful landscapes. The people are friendly, kind, and traditional, and they still jealously guard the culture and traditions that their parents taught them, farming and raising animals being the primary source of income in the region.

One of the group members is Rosa. This is her second loan with Paccha. Rosa is 33 years old and married, and she and her husband have six children. Their oldest boy is married and lives independently, their second son is in high school, and the three younger children study in a small village school. The youngest stays at home as he is still very little. Her husband works as a bricklayer and they own their own home.

Rosa works primarily in the field, a family tradition, and this lets her support the household economy while at the same time being at home and caring for the family. She works the land and raises animals. The money from her previous loan was invested in the purchase of animals, seeds, and feed. She is cycling the loan to buy pigs, chickens, and animal feeds so she can continue to grow in this line of work and improve her household's income. She likes her loan team because at each meeting, she is able to chat with her friends about various things and build the bond among them.
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El grupo de crédito Paccha está formado por 5 socias y 1 socio quienes viven en el cantón de Nabon, lugar que goza de una extraordinaria vegetación, de un clima frió y de bellos paisajes. Su gente es amable, gentil y tradicionalista, aun guardan celosamente la cultura y tradiciones que sus padres le inculcaron, siendo su mayor fuente de ingresos la agricultura y la crianza de animales.
Una de las socias de este grupo es la Señora. Rosa, se encuentra en su segundo crédito que realiza en el grupo de crédito Paccha.
La Señora Rosa tiene 33 años, es casada y fruto de su unión conyugal ha concebido 6 hijos, su primer hijo es casado y vive independiente, su segundo hijo está en el colegio, sus tres hijos siguientes estudian en una escuelita de la localidad y su último hijo pasa en casa ya que es aún muy pequeño. Su esposo labora como albañil, la casa en la que viven es de propia.
Doña Rosa se dedica a las tareas del campo ya que esta actividad es una tradición en su familia, esto le ha permitido aportar a la economía de su hogar al mismo tiempo que pasa en casa y puede cuidar de su familia. Ella cultiva sus terrenos y cría animales.
El dinero de su crédito anterior lo invirtió en la compra de animales, semillas y alimento, esta repitiendo
el crédito para comprar cerdos, gallinas y alimento para animales para continuar creciendo en esta actividad y así mejorar la economía de su hogar. Su grupo de crédito le gusta porque en cada reunión platica con sus amigas de varios temas y cada vez se fomenta la unión entre ellas.

Previous Loan Details

The “Paccha” communal bank consists of two male and six female members living in Nabón Canton. This is a cold climate place. It has several spots to enjoy nature and beautiful scenery. Its residents are kind and gracious people who strive to improve their economic situation to move their famil... More from Paccha (Nabón) Group's previous loan »

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About Ecuador

  • $10,600
    Average annual income
  • 94
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    Ecuador Loans Fundraising
  • $24,092,775
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • US Dollars
    Loan transacted in USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Paccha (Nabón) Group's $3,850 loan helped a member buy pigs, chickens, and animal feed.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Dec 12, 2013
Listed
Jan 8, 2014
Currency Exchange Loss:
N/A
Ended:
Jul 17, 2014