Update on Maria MercedesMaría Mercedes, 46, is married and lives with her husband and her two children in Ventanas Canton, Los Ríos Province.
The members of Luchando por una Misma Causa Communal Bank are located in the La Primavera community in Ventanas Canton. This communal bank consists of short-cycle farmers who grow corn and rice.
María Mercedes makes a living in agriculture growing corn, rice, and beans. She makes her purchases and sales in Ventanas.
She's requesting the loan to buy supplies, fertilizer, urea, and insecticide for her crops. With the support of the loan she'll be able to plant corn, beans, and rice.
Her dream is to remodel her house. The challenges she faces are crop infestations. In her free time she likes to do the housework.
Los miembros de la V.R.C. LUCHANDO POR UNA MISMA CAUSA, se encuentra ubicada en el en el Recinto La primavera, perteneciente al Canton Ventans, esta ventanilla se dedica a labores agrícolas de ciclo corto siembra de maíz y arroz.
Maria Mercedes se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de maíz, arroz y frejol. Las compras y las ventas hace en Ventanas.
Solicita el crédito para compra de insumos, fertilizantes, urea, insecticidas para los cultivos. Con el apoyo del crédito podrá sembrar maíz, fréjol y arroz. El sueño es remodelar la casa. Los desafios a los que se enfrenta son las plagas la langosta y el orosco. En el tiempo libre le gusta realizar quehaceres domésticos.
Previous Loan DetailsMaria Mercedes is 46 years old. She is married and lives with her husband and children in Ventanas Canton, de los Ríos Province. She has two children. The members of the communal bank "Luchando Por Una Misma Causa" (Fighting For the Same Cause) are located in the La Primavera precinct, whic... More from Maria Mercedes's previous loan »
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