Update on Marly ElciraMarly Elcira, age 36, is single and has three children. She lives in the city of Ventanas in the Los Ríos province. She is a member of the 30 de Julio communal bank. It is in the Zapotal Nuevo precinct in the Ventanas canton. The people there are farmers.
Marly Elcira is a farmer, and she grows rice and corn. She is requesting the loan to buy supplies, fertilizers, urea, compost, and liquid herbicide. She makes her purchases and sells her products monthly in the city of Ventanas.
Her dream is to be successful in life and to have more income. In her free time she likes to go to church with her family.
Es integrante de la VRC 30 de julio, se encuentra ubicada en recinto Zapotal Nuevo, pertenece al cantón Ventanas se dedican a labores agrícolas.
Marly Elcira se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de arroz y maíz. solicita el crédito para comprar insumos, fertilizantes, urea, abonos, líquido mata monte.
Las compras y las ventas de los productos las realizará en la ciudad de ventanas mensuaalmente.
El sueño es tener éxito en la vida y más ingresos. En el tiempo libre le gusta ir a la iglesia con la familia.
Previous Loan Details35-year old Marly Elcira is single and has three children. She lives with her children in the town of Ventanas in Los Rios province. She is a member of the July 30th Community Bank located in the neighbourhood of Zapotal Nuevo belonging to Ventanas canton. Marly Elcira is a farmer growing ric... More from Marly Elcira's previous loan »
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