Update on Luis AlfredoAlfredo is 50 years old and single. He lives with his mother in Chillanes in the Bolivar province in the Santa Rosa de Cerritos community.
Alfredo is a member of the San Isidro communal bank in the Santa Rosa de Cerritos community. It is 40 minutes from the head office. The members of this communal bank work in agriculture and raise animals.
Alfredo works in agriculture growing corn and beans. He also raises animals like cattle.
He is requesting the loan to buy cattle. He will make the purchase in the city of Chillanes.
His dream is to have his health in order to continue working and getting a good production. The challenges he faces are pest infestations, diseases, and the lack of capital for work.
In his free time he likes to take walks in his town and go to the community celebrations.
Rosa de Cerritos.
Alfredo es integrado a la ventanilla VRC de San Isidro se encuentra formado en la comunidad de Santa Rosa de
Cerrito de una distancia de 40 minutos de la oficina de la cooperativa son personas que se dedican a la
agricultura y crianza de animales.
Alfredo se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de frejol y maíz y a la crianza de animales como el ganado.
Solicita el crédito para la compra de ganado.
La compra lo realiza en la ciudad de Chillanes.
El sueño es tener salud para seguir trabajando y tener una buena producción.
Los desafíos que se enfrenta es las plagas y las enfermedades falta de capital para trabajar.
En el tiempo libre le gusta salir al pueblo a pasear y salir a las fiestas de la comunidad.
Previous Loan DetailsLuis Alfredo is 47 years old and is single. He lives with his mother, and has no children. He lives in Chillanes, in the province of Bolivar. The SAN ISIDRO communal bank is made up of ten members. It is located in the Chillanes canton, 45 minutes from the head office. The members of this co... More from Luis Alfredo's previous loan »
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