Elizabeth Del Carmen
Update on Elizabeth Del CarmenElizabeth is 39 years old and divorced. She has two children and lives with them in the community of Mina de Piedra, which is in the Ventanas canton, province of Los Ríos.
She belongs to the 30 DE NOVIEMBRE communal bank, which is located in MINA DE PIEDRA, Ventanas canton, and dedicated to farming and livestock work.
Elizabeth works in agriculture. She plants corn and raises penned animals such as pigs and chickens. With the loan, she will be able to buy materials such as: fertilizers, manure, and a fumigation pump, as well as balanced feed. She does her buying in the city of Ventanas.
Her dream is to buy some land to keep planting and increasing production. She likes to play sports on Sundays.
Pertenece a la Ventanilla 30 DE NOVIEMBRE se encuentra ubicada el recinto MINA DE PIEDRA perteneciente al cantón Ventanas se dedica a labores agrícolas y pecuarias.
Elizabeth se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de maíz y la crianza de animales de corral como pollos y cerdos.
Con el crédito podrá comprar insumos como: fertilizantes, abonos y una bomba para fumigar, además balanceados. Las compras las realiza en la ciudad de Ventanas.
El sueño es comprar terreno para seguir sembrando y aumentar la produccion le gusta hacere deporte los domingod.
Previous Loan DetailsElizabeth, age 39, is divorced and has two children. She lives with the children in the Mina de Piedra neighborhood in the Ventanas canton in the Los Ríos province. She belongs to the 30 De Noviembre communal bank, which is in the Mina De Piedra neighborhood in the Ventanas canton. She works... More from Elizabeth Del Carmen's previous loan »
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