Her family lives mainly on farming, animal husbandry and sideline job is cooking wine to sell for shops in the village. Whereby, she also has more income to cover school fees for her children. However, feeding 2 children and paying for their learning cause her family life difficulties.
She needs to borrow a loan to offset tuition costs for her children, and she will try to find another job in order to have an amount to monthly pay on time for the institution.
Chuyen desires a loan because it will be a great help for her family and her 2 children to have conditions to study and have a brighter future.
About M7-MFI:M7-MFI is a microfinance institution in Vietnam that is focused on serving poor women and ethnic minorities in the northern part of the country.
Serving more than 21,000 clients, M7-MFI provides savings and loan programs for a number of catalytic areas including vulnerable populations, education, disaster recovery, and water/sanitation. In addition, the organization regularly provides gender education and business consulting services, and builds homes for low-income clients.
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