Update on Angel AuelioAngel is 37 years old, divorced, and lives with his parents in the canton of Ventanas, which is in Los Ríos Province. He is a member of the Communal Bank “Virgen de Guadalupe”, which is in the parish of Puerto Pechiche in the canton of Pueblo Viejo. Angel is a farmer who grows corn and raises pigs and dairy cows.
Angel is requesting a loan to buy corn seed and fertilizers as well as "polvillo" [an animal feed made from rice] and vaccines to prevent diseases in the animals.
His purchases are conducted in Ventanas and Quevedo. Angel’s dream is to buy more pigs to increase his production since this has increased the family's income.
The challenges he faces are pests and diseases such as the maize budworm which affects the flower.
Es integrante de ventanilla Virgen de Guadalupe que se encuentra ubicada en la Parroquia Puerto Pechiche perteneciente al Cantón Pueblo Viejo.
Angel se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de maíz y a la crianza de cerdos y vacas que producen leche. Solicita el crédito para la comprar se semilla de maiz, fertilizantes y comprar de polvillo y vacunas para evitar enfermedades a los animales.
Las compras lo realiza en Ventanas y Quevedo. Su sueño es la compra mas cerdos para aumentar la produccior ya que esto ha aumentado el ingreso a la familia.
El desafío que enfrenta son las plagas y enferedades como el cogollero que afecta a la flor.
Previous Loan DetailsAngel is 36 years old, divorced, and lives with his parents in the canton of Ventanas, which is in Los Ríos Province.
He is a member of the Communal Bank “Virgen de Guadalupe”, which is in the parish of Puerto Pechiche in the canton of Pueblo Viejo. Angel is a farmer who grows and sells corn… More from Angel Auelio's previous loan »
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