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Mariana Jasmine

Update on Mariana Jasmine

The members of the “Estancia Vieja” communal bank meet every fifteen days in the city of Portoviejo’s Colon Parish’s Estancia Vieja sector. This is a place of humble people dedicated to agriculture and general commerce.

We met Mariana, 38, here. She’s married and has three children who are 18, 16 and 14 years old; all attend school. Her husband works in agriculture.

Mariana raises pigs and barnyard fowl; she has a small farm at home. Seasonly, she buys large numbers of chicks that she raises for three months which is the time it takes to get them ready for sale. After this period of time she sells them to local stores or also by the pound or live to merchants that come by her house. She’s been doing this work for five years and it allows her to help with her children’s schooling costs.

She will use this new loan to buy chickens, feed and medicine both for the chickens and for the pigs. She’s a founding member of the communal bank and is the group secretary; she’s very happy because they’ve helped her so much. Her dream is to see her children become good professionals and that’s what she strives for every day.
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En el sector conocido como Estancia Vieja en la parroquia Colon de la ciudad de Portoviejo se reúnen cada quince días las socias del Grupo De Crédito Estancia Vieja. Lugar de gente humilde y dedicada a la agricultura y al comercio en general.
En este lugar vive la señora Mariana, tiene 38 años de edad, está casada y de esta relación tienen tres hijos de 18, 16 y 14 años que estudian en colegio. Su esposo se dedica a la agricultura.
Doña Mariana se dedica a la cría de chanchos y aves de corral, tiene una pequeña granja en sus casa, en temporadas compra una gran cantidad de pollos los cuales los cría de dos a tres meses hasta que estén listos para la venta, después de este tiempo los entrega a algunas tiendas en la localidad y también vende por libras a comerciante que llegan hasta su casa. Lleva 5 años dedicada a esta labor y esto le permite ayudar a sus hijos con los gastos de sus estudios.
Este nuevo crédito lo va utilizar en comprar pollos, alimentos y medicinas tanto para los pollos como para los chanchos. Es fundadora del Grupo De Crédito, es la secretaria del grupo y está muy contenta porque le han ayudado mucho. Sus sueños es ver que sus hijos sean buenos profesionales ya que es por lo que lucha todos los días.

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The members of the “Estancia Vieja” communal bank meet every fifteen days in the city of Portoviejo’s Colon Parish’s Estancia Vieja sector. This is a place of humble people dedicated to agriculture and general commerce. We met Mariana, 36, here. She’s married and has three children who are 1... More from Mariana Jasmine's previous loan »

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About Ecuador

  • $10,200
    Average annual income
  • 59
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  • $23,522,675
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • US Dollars
    Loan transacted in USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $1,075 helped Mariana Jasmine to buy chickens and animal feed and medicines for chickens and pigs.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
7 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Jun 18, 2014
Listed
Jul 17, 2014
Currency Exchange Loss:
N/A
Ended:
Dec 17, 2014