Thi Chieu's Group
The group consists of:
Nguyễn Thị Loan (Ms 17090059) was born in 1958. She is a farmer, sells scrap metal and works as a hired hand. Her husband works as a construction worker. She and her husband still have to raise two school-aged children. The couple's daily income is about 100,000 VND. She has borrowed up to 5,300,000 VND for retailing purposes.
Nguyễn Thị Mười (Ms 17090073) was born in 1976. She has borrowed up to 4,876,000 VND to invest in raising pigs and chicken. Her husband has a daily income from working as a motorbike "taxi" driver.
Nguyễn Thị Kim Ngân(Ms 17090063) was born in 1985. She has borrowed up to 4,876,000 for retailing purposes. On a daily basis, she goes to the market to sell clothing. Her husband is employed and has a steady income.
Nguyễn Thị Lâm (Ms 17090061) was born in 1955. She sells sundries. Her husband is a general worker. Their average income is about 150,000 VND per day.
Nguyễn Thị Thành Vinh (Ms 17090064) was born in 1981. She has borrowed up to 4,876,000 VND to invest in rearing livestock. Her family's average income is about 150,000 VND per day.
Nguyễn Thị Loan(Ms 17090059), sinh năm 1958. Chị làm ruộng và đi chợ sắt vụn, đi làm thuê. Chồng chị làm thợ xây. Vợ chồng chị còn phải nuôi hai con đi học. Thu nhập theo ngày của hai vợ chồng chị khoảng 100.000 vnđ / ngày. Chị tham gia mức vay: 5.300.000 vnđ để đi chợ.
Nguyễn Thị Mười (Ms 17090073)., sinh năm 1976. Chị tham gia ở mức vay:4.876.000 vnđ để đầu tư chăn nuôi lợn, gà. Chồng chị làm nghề lái xe ôm có thu nhập theo ngày.
Nguyễn Thị Kim Ngân(Ms 17090063), sinh năm 1985, chị tham gia ở mức vay: 4.876.000 vnđ để đi chợ. Hàng ngày chị đi chợ bán hang quần áo, chồng chị làm công nhân có thu nhập ổn định.
Nguyễn Thị Lâm (Ms 17090061), sinh năm 1955. Chị bán hàng tạp hóa, chồng làm công nhân, thu nhập bình quân khoảng 150.000 vnđ / ngày.
Nguyễn Thị Thành Vinh (Ms 17090064), sinh năm 1981. Chị tham gia mức vay: 4.876.000 vnđ để đầu tư chăn nuôi. Thu nhập bình quân của gia đình chị khoảng 150.000 vnđ/ ngày.
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