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Nelly Narcisa

Update on Nelly Narcisa

In Tierras Amarillas, Rocafuerte, the Credit Group ‘Mejorando el Futuro’ meets every 15 days. This area is known for its agriculture as most of the population there work on the crops.

This is where Nelly, 50, lives. She is married and has eight children, six of whom are now adults. The younger two, who are 16 and 14, are studying at school. Four of her children still live in their home. Her husband works in agriculture.

Nelly works in the society with one of her sons. They sell milk, cheese and cattle. Her son uses their car to travel to different farms and collect the milk that they have just milked from their cows. Then he takes it to their house, where they use some of it to make delicious cheese, and the rest of it to sell it around the neighborhood together with the cheese they made the previous day.

Her husband will use part of this loan to buy fertilizer to help with his crops. He grows rice and corn. The rest of it will be used by Nelly to buy milk. She has been in the credit group since it began and she is grateful for the help it offers. Her dream is for her younger children to finish their studies.
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En una localidad llamada Tierras Amarillas del cantón Rocafuerte cada quince días se reúnen las socias del Grupo de Crédito Mejorando El Futuro, este sector es conocido por su agricultura ya que gran parte de sus habitantes se dedican a los sembríos de ciclo corto.
En este lugar vive la señora Nelly, tiene 50 años de edad, está casada y de esta relación tienen 8 hijos, 6 de ellos mayores de edad y dos de 16 y 14 años que estudian en colegio, 4 de sus hijos aun viven en su casa. Su esposo se dedica a la agricultura.
Doña Nelly trabaja en sociedad con uno de sus hijos, ellos se dedican a la venta de leche, quesos y ganado, en un carro que tienen su hijo se desplaza a los campos a comprar la leche a ciertos ganaderos y también recogen la leche que ellos ordeñan de sus vacas, para luego llevarla hasta su casa en la cual dedican una parte a elaborar el delicioso queso y la otra parte la lleva a vender por localidades vecinas junto con el queso que el día anterior ella a fabricado, parte del crédito también su marido lo utiliza para sus cultivos, el tiene sembrado arroz y maíz..
Este crédito lo va emplear en comprar leche y abono para los cultivos. Está en el Grupo de Crédito desde el inicio y le gusta por la ayuda que le brindan los créditos. Sus sueños es que sus hijos menores terminen sus estudios.

Previous Loan Details

The members of the Merorando El Futuro communal bank meet every two weeks in the area known as Tierras Amarillas of the Rocafuerte settlement. This area is known for its agriculture because a large number of its residents raise short cycle crops. Nelly lives here. She is 50 years old, married... More from Nelly Narcisa's previous loan »

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About Ecuador

  • $10,600
    Average annual income
  • 92
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  • $24,187,450
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Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $1,200 helped Nelly Narcisa to buy milk and fertilizer.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
7 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Feb 17, 2014
Listed
Mar 18, 2014
Currency Exchange Loss:
N/A
Ended:
Aug 17, 2014