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Thi Yen's Group
In this Group: Thi Yen, Thi Lan, Thi Thu Ha, Thi Hanh, Thi Thanh Nga
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Mrs. D. Thi Yen (ID number 17120007), born in 1969, has a business in renting wedding decorations. Her husband is a taxi driver and her two children are of school-going ages. She would like to borrow 5,300,000VND through Binh Minh to expand her business. Her family's frequent income is very suitabL. to repay the loan weekly, thus they would like to apply for more loans to raise their standard of living. Her group also consists of:
  • Mrs. Tran Thi Lien (ID Number 17120006), born in 1960, has a small general store. Her husband passed away, so she has to raise her two school-going children by herself. She would like to borrow 5,724,000VND to expand her store.

  • Mrs. L. Thi Thu Ha (ID Number 17120008) was born in 1973. Her husband is an electrician. She would like to borrow 4,876,000VND to invest in her drink store.

  • Mrs. D. Thi Hanh (ID Number 17120013), born in 1976, would like to borrow 4,876,000VND to expand her drink store.

  • Mrs. L. Thi Thanh Nga (ID Number 17120020, born in 1984, would like to borrow 4,452,000VND to invest in her eatery.

  • The total amount requested is 1,525.00USD).

  • Translated from Vietnamese by Pham Yen Thanh, Kiva volunteer.

    Đỗ Thi Yến (Ms 17120007), sinh năm 1969, chị làm nghề kinh doanh dịch vụ cho thuê đồ cưới hỏi. Chồng chị là lái xe taxi, hai con chị còn nhỏ đang độ tuổi đi học. Chi vay mức vốn: 5.300.000 vnđ để đầu tư mở rộng kinh doanh. Chị vay vốn ở tài chính vimô Binh Minh để có thêm vốn hỗ trợ kinh doanh của mình. Thu nhập thường xuyên của hai vợ chồng rất phù hợp với hoàn trả tuần nên vợ chồng chị mong muốn tham gia vay vốn lâu dài để cải thiện cuộc sống.
    Trong nhóm chị còn có:
    Đỗ Thị Lan (Ms 17120006), sinh năm 1960, làm nghề buôn bán nhỏ. Chồng chị đã mất, chị phải một mình nuôi hai con còn nhỏ ăn học. Mức vay của chị: 5.724.000 vnđ để mở rộng cửa hàng.
    Lê Thị Thu Hà (Ms 17120008), sinh năm 1973. Chồng chị là thợ điện. Mức vay; 4.876.000 vnđ để kinh doanh cửa hàng giải khát.
    Dương Thị Hạnh (Ms 17120013), sinh năm 1976, mức vay:4.876.000 vnđ đểmở rộng cửa hàng nước giải khát.
    Lại Thị Thanh Ngà ( Ms 17120020), sinh năm 1984, mức vay:4.452.000 vnđ để kinh doanh cửa hàng cơm bình dân.

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    About SEDA:

    The Center of Small Enterprise Development Assistance (SEDA) is a non-profit organization whose vision is to create “a society without poverty.” Founded in 2004, SEDA provides microfinance services to low-income and disadvantaged people in rural areas of Hanoi and the northern provinces of Vietnam through its Binh Minh Micro-Finance Program.

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    About Vietnam

    • $5,600
      Average annual income
    • 74
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    • $14,818,000
      Funds lent in using Kiva
    • 16,625.5
      Vietnam Dong (VND) = $1 USD

    Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

    A portion of Thi Yen's Group's $1,525 loan helped a member supplying Wedding Decorations.
    100% repaid
    Repayment Term
    14 months (Additional Information)
    Repayment Schedule
    Sep 15, 2008
    Sep 1, 2008
    Currency Exchange Loss:
    Oct 15, 2009