Diana Del Pilar
Update on Diana Del Pilar27-year old Diana del Pilar lives with her partner and children in the canton of Ventanas, Los Ríos Province. She is a member of the Victoria communal bank located in the Pantano neighbourhood which is part of Ventanas. The members work in agriculture and animal husbandry.
Diana del Pilar grows corn and rice. She is seeking a loan to buy fertilizer for her crops and to lease land. She will make her purchases in Ventanas at the Franco store. Her dream is to improve her fields and production so she can have a better standard of living. She also wants to buy a car.
The biggest challenge Diana has to overcome is climate-related problems. In her free time she enjoys being with her family and playing sports.
Es integrante de la ventanilla Victoria que se encuentra ubicada en el Recinto Pantano, pertenece al Cantón Ventanas se dedica a labores agrícolas y pecuarias.
Diana del Pilar se dedica a la siembra de maíz y arroz. Solicita el préstamo para poder comprar los fertilizantes para la siembra y para arrendar terrenos.
Las compras lo realiza en el cantón ventanas en el Comercial Franco. Su sueño es mejorar su cultivo y la producción para tener una mejor calidad de vida y comprar un carro. El desafío que enfrenta es combatir contra la naturaleza. En su tiempo libre la gusta pasar con la familia y hacer deporte.
Previous Loan DetailsDiana del Pilar, 27, is in a free union and has two children; she lives with her spouse and children in the city of Ventanas, Los Ríos Province. She’s a member of “La Victoria” communal bank located in Recinto Pantano belonging to Ventanas Parish; it works in agriculture and animal husbandry. ... More from Diana Del Pilar's previous loan »
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