Update on Julia TeresaJulia is on her seventh loan cycle with the communal bank Bankito Progresista. She's known for being a very participative woman with a great team spirit. She lives close to the city center of Cuenca. This city is considered the Athens of Ecuador and has been designated a World Cultural Heritage Site since 1999.
Julia is 45 years old and a single mother of 5 children. Three of her children are married and live independently. Her single son works and also lives independently. Her last son is only 9 years old and studies in a city school. She lives in her own house.
Julia sells fruit, vegetables and tender grains. She has been doing this for 25 years, working from Sunday to Sunday without a fixed schedule. At home, she breeds chickens and guinea pigs. Since she has pasture lands, she sells the grass as well.
Her previous credit was used to buy grains which left her with a good profit. Her new credit will be used to buy tender grains and fruits to continue with this business.
Her goal is to expand her fruit selling business.
La Señora. Julia tiene 45 años de edad, es madre soltera de 5 hijos, tres de sus hijos son casados y viven independientes, su hijo soltero trabaja y también vive independiente, su último hijo de apenas 9 años estudia en una escuelita de la ciudad. La casa en la que vive es de propia.
Doña Julia es comerciante de frutas, verduras y granos tiernos, esta actividad la desempeña desde hace 25 años, labora de domingo a domingo sin un horario fijo, en su casa se dedica a la cría de pollos y cuyes, como tiene potreros también vende la hierba.
Su crédito anterior lo invirtio en la compra de granos de los cuales le dejaron una buena ganancia. Su nuevo crédito lo va a invertir en la compra de granos tiernos y frutas para continuar con este negocio.
Su meta es agrandar mucho más su negocio de frutas.
Previous Loan DetailsJulia is on her 8th loan with the community bank Bankito Progresista. She lives in the community of Paccha in Cuenca, a city with a lot of beautiful places full of nature. The people of Cuenca are friendly and warm-hearted and they maintain the culture and traditions from their villages. Juli... More from Julia Teresa's previous loan »
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