Aniceto, who is 32, lives with his partner and is the father of two children. He is educated to secondary level. He is a very responsible man whose desire is for his family to make progress in life.
He used to live in the village of Samuzabety in Villa Tunari municipality, where he reared cattle. Now, for family reasons, he has gone to live in Chimore municipality. Here, his wife's family provide unconditional support and a place for him and his family to live. But, in spite of that, he wants to get by on his own. His in-laws gave him part of a plot of land where he is thinking of growing pineapples, as he has experience in this field.
His other ambition is to buy a motorcycle so that he can provide a motor taxi service around the town. This will allow him to gradually save more, increase his pineapple production and provide a better quality of life for his wife and children.
Don Aniceto, de 32 años de edad, concubinado, dos hijos, bachiller. Un hombre muy responsable con ganas de progresar en la vida junto a su familia. El vivia en la población de Samuzabety perteneciente al Municipio de Villa Tunari. El criaba ganado vacuno. Ahora por motivos familiares se fue a vivir al Municipio de Chimore junto a la familia de su esposa que le brindaron apoyo incondicional, dandole un lugar donde su familia y el puedan vivir. Pero a pesar de ello el quiere salir adelante por medios propios. Sus suegros le otorgaron parte de un chaco agricola donde el piensa producir piña ya que tiene experiencia en el rubro. Y su otro propósito es comprarse una moto, para trabajar como mototaxista dentro la población, y poco a poco reunir más y aumentar su producción de piña, y dar mejor calidad de vida a su esposa y a sus hijos.
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