Update on Noris FatimaOn San Eduardo street, on the way to Santa Ana, in Portoviejo city, known as the Citudad de los Reales Tamarindos from colonial times, the members of the 16 de Julio communal bank meet every two weeks.
In this place lives Noris, who is 52 years old, married and has three adult children, two of them who still live with her. Her husband is a driver.
Noris is a housewife who, in order to have her own income and, with this, help her husband with the household expenses, works selling Yanbal products (perfumes, creams, costume jewelry, etc.), bed linen, and quilts among other things. She sells door-to-door but also sells in her house where her customers come when they need a product. She sells on credit and collects each week. She has been doing this work for over 12 years, with which she earns something for the good of her family. This loan is to purchase perfumes, creams, costume jewelry and bed linen. She has been in the communal bank from the beginning and she likes it because the loans have allowed her to finance her business. Her dream is to give the best to her family.
En este lugar vive la señora Noris, tiene 52 años, es casada y tiene tres hijos mayores de edad, dos de ellos aun viven con ella, el marido es chofer.
Doña Noris es una ama de casa que para obtener ingresos propios y con esto ayudarle a su marido con los con los gastos del hogar se dedica a la venta de productos Yanbal (perfumes, cremas, bisutería, etc.), sabanas, edredones entre otras cosas, su forma de venta es puerta a puerta aunque también vende en su casa donde sus clientes llegan cuando necesitan algún producto, deja a crédito y cobra cada semana, lleva más de 12 años dedicada a esta actividad con la cual se gana algo por el bien de su familia.
Este crédito es para comprar perfumes, cremas, bisuterías y sabanas. Está en el Grupo De Crédito desde el inicio y le gusta porque los créditos le permiten financiar su negocio. Sus sueños es darles lo mejor a su familia.
Previous Loan DetailsIn the City of Portoviejo, known as the City of the Royal Tamarinds since colonial times, the “17 de Julio” communal bank meets every two weeks. Noris lives here. She's 50 years old, married, and has three children; two are adults and the youngest studies at university. Her husband works as a… More from Noris Fatima's previous loan »
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