Update on Carlos AlbertoCarlos is thirty-two years old and lives in a common-law relationship. He has no children. He lives with his partner in the Ventanas Canton, in the province of Los Ríos. He is a member of the San Juan Communal Bank, which is located in the San Francisco area of the parish of San Juan; the members work in agricultural jobs.
Carlos makes a living in agriculture, growing rice and corn. He is requesting a loan in order to invest in agriculture by buying seeds, fertilizers, agricultural manure, and fungicides for the care of his crops.
The challenges he frequently faces are from competition and pests.
His dream is to have money in order to go on a trip. In his free time he likes to play sports with his friends in the neighborhood.
Es integrante de la VRC SAN JUAN, Se encuentra Ubicada en el Recinto San Francisco, Pertenece a la Parroquia San Juan se dedican a Labores Agrícolas.
Carlos se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de arroz, maíz. Solicita el crédito para invertir en la agricultura, comprar semillas, fertilizantes, abonos agrícolas y fungicidsas para el cuidado de los cultivos
Los desafíos que se le presenta muy frecuentemente es la competencia y las plagas.
El sueño dinero para salir de viaje.
En los tiempos libres le gusta hacer deporte con los amigos del barrio.
Previous Loan DetailsCarlos Alberto is 31 years old and lives in a common-law relationship with no children. He lives with his partner in Ventanas Canton, province of Los Ríos. He is a member of San Juan Communal Bank, located in the San Francisco area of the parish of San Juan, where the people work in agricultu... More from Carlos Alberto's previous loan »
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