Update on María LucreciaMaría has been a member of Génesis Communal Bank for two years. She has established warm friendships with all the members, who help each other mutually. In their meetings they're able to get out of their daily routines and talk about a variety of topics of mutual interest.
She lives in the city of Cuenca, which is very popular because of its historic core, named a World Heritage Site in December 1999. Four rivers run through the city, where the culture, traditions, and cuisine of Cuenca attract natives and strangers.
María, 29, is single and lives with her mother. Her mother owns the house, and María shares the household expenses.
María's a freelance accountant. She also raises chickens at home. The business is going well for her and she hopes to grow even more.
Her loan is to buy chickens. Her goal is to specialize in her profession.
La Señorita. María tiene 29 años de edad, es soltera y vive con su madre, en casa comparte los gatos del hogar, la casa es propiedad de su madre.
Doña María ejerce su profesión de contadora de una manera libre, también en casa se dedica a la cría de pollos, le va bien en el negocio y espera crecer aun más en el negocio. Su crédito es para la compra de pollos. Su meta es especializarse en su profesión.
Previous Loan DetailsMaría is a member of the Génesis community bank and lives in San Pedro del Cebollar sector, in the city of Cuenca. This city is the birthplace of great sports people, poets and writers. The city is made great and beautiful by its people, its culture and its traditions. María is 26 years old,... More from María Lucrecia's previous loan »
Concurrent and Successive Loans
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