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Thi Tam's Group
In this Group: Thi Tam, Thi Lien, Thi Hue, Thi Sang, Thi Lung, Thi Ai An
Mrs. N. Thi Tam (ID Number 23010147), born in 1957, would like to borrow 4,452,000VND to invest in raising chickens. Currently, her family has 1000 chickens giving eggs everyday. Besides that, her family also makes tofu to sell to the villagers, as well as rears pigs and a cow.Chicken eggs and the tofu sold have become the main source of income for her family, bringing about a daily income of 150,000VND to 200,000VND (about 9USD to 12USD). Thus, Mrs. Tam is able to send her three children to school and repay the loan weekly. Her group also consists of:
  • Mrs. T. Thi Lien (ID Number 23010143), born in 1959, borrows 4,028,000VND to invest in her business.

  • Mrs. B. Thi Hue (UD Number 23010144), born in 1956 , borrows 4,028,000VND to invest in raising livestock (purchasing breeding fish to raise in pond)

  • Mrs. N. Thi Sang (ID Number 23010145), born in 1978, borrows 4,028,000VND to purchase cows.

  • Mrs. N. Thi Lung (ID Number 23010151), born in 1962, borrows 2,436,000VND to expand her food store (selling cooked meat, pork-pie, grilled chopped meat, etc.)

  • Mrs. Đo Thi Ai An (ID Number 23010148), born in 1983, borrows 3,604,000VND to sell dried food stuff (eg. spices, bamboo shoots etc.)

  • The total amount requested is 1,375USD.
  • View original language description ↓
    Nguyễn Thị Tâm, sinh năm 1957 (Ms 23010147), mức vay: 4.452.000 vnđ để đầu tư chăn nuôi gà. Hiện nay gia đình cô có 1000 con gà đẻ trứng. Song song với nuôi gà, gia đình cô còn có nghề làm đậu phụ cung cấp cho người dân trong làng, đồng thời cô nuôi một con bò và lợn. Trứng gà đẻ và đậu phụ làm ra chính là nguồn thu chủ yếu của gia đình cô đem lại thu nhập bình quân theo ngày khoảng 150.000 vnđ đến 200.000 vnđ. D. đó cô có thể nuôi 3 con ăn học và trả vốn hàng tuần. Cùng vay vốn với cô còn có các thành viên:
    Trần Thị Liên, sinh năm 1959 (Ms 23010143), mức vay: 4.028.000 vnđ để đầu tư đi chợ.
    Bùi Thị Huệ, sinh năm 1956 (Ms 23010144), mức vay: 4.028.000 vnđ để đầu tư chăn nuôi(mua cá giống về thả ao)
    Nguyễn Thị Sáng, sinh năm 1978(Ms 23010145), mức vay: 4.028.000 vnđ để đầu tư mua bò.
    Ngô Thị Lừng, sinh năm 1962(Ms 23010151), mức vay: 2.436.000 vnđ để mở rộng cửa hàng bán đồ ăn sẵn(Thịt chin, giò, trả)
    Đỗ Thị Ái Ân, sinh năm 1983 (Ms 23010148), mức vay: 3.604.000 vnđ để đầu tư đi chợ bán hàng khô(Gia vị, măng,...)

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    About Vietnam

    • $5,600
      Average annual income
    • 88
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    • $14,759,350
      Funds lent in using Kiva
    • 16,655.0
      Vietnam Dong (VND) = $1 USD

    Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

    A portion of Thi Tam's Group's $1,375 loan helped a member raising livestock.
    100% repaid
    Repayment Term
    14 months (Additional Information)
    Repayment Schedule
    Nov 19, 2008
    Nov 1, 2008
    Currency Exchange Loss:
    Dec 15, 2009