Update on Adriana QueridaIn a town called Tierras Amarillas in the canton of Rocafuerte, the members of the credit group Mejorando El Futuro [Improving the Future] meet every fifteen days. This area is known for its agriculture since most of the inhabitants are involved in farming short-cycle crops.
Here lives Adriana, 58. She's married and has four older children. Two of her children are still at home and the youngest is in high school. Her husband works in agriculture.
Adriana is a very hardworking woman who likes to earn on her own so she helps her husband with the household expenses. She makes and sells corviche [mashed green plantains stuffed with tuna and fried], empanadas, tortillas made of yucca and corn, plus water, sodas, and juices. On the weekends she also prepares delicious dishes like the famous Creole chicken dishes that her are in-demand from her customers. She has had this business for seven years. She needs to succeed because her husband does not earn much in his work in agriculture.
This loan will be used to buy corn, yucca, peanuts, chickens, and other ingredients to prepare delicious dishes. She has been in this credit group from the beginning and likes the help that the loans give her. Her dream is to see that her daughter is a good professional.
En este lugar vive la señora Adriana, tiene 58 años de edad, está casada y de esta relación tienen cuatro hijos mayores de edad, dos de ellos aun viven en su casa y la menor estudia en universidad. Su esposo se dedica a la agricultura.
Doña Adriana es una mujer muy luchadora que para ganar algo por su cuenta y con esto ayudarle a su marido con los gastos del hogar se dedica a la venta de corviches, empanadas, totillas de yuca y de maíz, además de aguas, colas y jugos, los fines de semana también prepara deliciosos platos típicos como los deliciosos secos y caldo de gallina criolla, platos que son muy solicitados por sus clientes, ya son siete años con su negocio el cual le da lo necesario para salir adelante ya que su marido no gana mucho en sus faenas en el campo.
Este crédito lo va emplear en comprar maíz, yuca, maní, gallinas y otros víveres para preparar los deliciosos platos. Está en el Grupo de Crédito desde el inicio y le gusta por la ayudan que le brindan los créditos. Sus sueños es ver que su hija sea una muy buena profesional.
Previous Loan DetailsThe 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. Adriana is 57 years old, married and has frour… More from Adriana Querida's previous loan »
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