Brooms, Foods Group
Hoa Thi P., born in 1970, is borrowing 3,180,000 from the Fund to buy bamboo to make brooms at home. Her family's average income is around 2,000,000 VND/month.
Lan Thi C., born in 1958, joined the Fund with a loan of 3,180,000 VND to buy brooms at the local market and resell them. The family's average income is around 2,500,000 VND/month.
Que Thi V., born 1957, joined the Fund with a loan of 3,180,000 VND to buy bamboo to make brooms. The family's average income is about 2,000,000 VND/month.
Mrs. Thanh Thi N., born in 1953, joined the Fund with a loan of 3,180,000 VND to use in running a breakfast business. The family's average income is around 1,500,000 VND/month.
Mrs. Hong Thi Hoan, born in 1962, joined the Fund with an amount of 2,204,000 VND to do business selling beverages, weaving brooms. The family's average income is around 2,000,000 VND/month.
Phạm Thị Hoa, sinh năm 1970 (Ms 010105030043), tham gia vay vốn mức vay: 3.180.000 vn đ để mua tre nứa về làm chổi tại nhà, thu nhập bình quân của gia đình chị khoảng 2.000.000 vn đ/ tháng
Chử Thị Lan, sinh năm 1958 (Ms010105030042 ), tham gia vay vốn mức vay: 3.180.000 vn đ để đi chợ thu gom chổi nan đem bán lẻ, thu nhập bình quân của gia đình chị khoảng 2.500.000 vn đ/ tháng
Vũ Thị Quế, sinh năm 1957 (Ms 010105030044), tham gia vay vốn mức: 3.180.000 vn đ để mua tre nứa về làm chổi, thu nhập bình quân của gia đình chị khoảng: 2.000.000 vn đ/ tháng
Ngô Thị Thanh, sinh năm 1953 (Ms 010105030045), tham gia vay vốn mức 3.180.000 vnđ, chị vay vốn về kinh doanh hàng ăn sáng, thu nhập bình quân của gia đình chị khoảng 1.500.000 vnd/ tháng
Hoàng Thị Hồng, sinh năm 1962 (Ms 010105030049), tham gia vay vốn mức vay: 2.204.000 vnd để kinh doanh bán hàng giải khát, đan chổi, thu nhập bình quân của gia đình chị khoảng; 2.000.000 vnd/ tháng
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