Update on Magaly ZulemaMagaly is 24 years old. She's in a common law marriage and has three children. She lives with her family in the canton of Ventanas, province of Los Ríos. She's a member of the "Virgen de Guadalupe" communal bank, which is located in the parish of Puerto Pechiche, which belongs to the canton of Pueblo Viejo.
Magaly is a farmer who grows corn and raises animals such as chickens. She is requesting the loan in order to rent the farmland and to purchase supplies such as organic and inorganic fertilizers. She makes her purchases in the canton of Ventanas, often from a company called Agripag.
Her dream is to improve production in her crops. She faces challenges such as pests and diseases which affect the crops. In her free time she likes helping her children with their studies and dancing with them.
Es integrante de ventanilla Virgen De Guadalupe que se encuentra ubicada en la parroquia Puerto Pechiche que pertenece al cantón Pueblo Viejo.
Magaly se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de maíz y a la crianza de animales como las gallinas. Solicita el crédito para el arriendo de terreno y compra de insumos como abonos organicos e inorganicos.
Las compras realiza en el cantón ventanas frecuentemente en agripag. Su sueño es mejorar la producción de los cultivos. Se enfreta desafios como las plagas y enfremedades que se le presentan en el cultivo.
En el tiempo libre le gusta ayudar a los hijos a estudiar y bailar con ellos.
Previous Loan DetailsMagaly is 24 years old. She's in a common law marriage and has three children. She lives with her family in the canton of Ventanas, province of Los Ríos. She's a member of the "Virgen de Guadalupe" communal bank, which is located in the parish of Puerto Pechiche, which belongs to the canton of... More from Magaly Zulema's previous loan »
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