Nguyen Thi Nga Group
Ms. Tran T. C., born in 1961 (member # 010107010025). Her famiL. works mainL. in farming and raising chickens. Average income of her famiL. is 145 USD per month. She joined the fund to borrow 240 USD to invest in raising chickens;
Ms. Dao T. L., born in 1964 (member # 010107010026). In addition to farming, she also sells vegetables at the market every day. Average income of her famiL. is 115 USD per month. She joined the fund to borrow 190 USD to raise pigs;
Ms. N. T. Q., born in 1959 (member # 010107010027). Her famiL. also works mainL. in farming and raising animals. In addition she also does hired work. Average income of her famiL. is 174 USD per month. She joined the fund to borrow 240 USD to invest in raising animals;
Ms. Le T. T., born in 1966 (member # 010107010028). She does miscellaneous selling at the market with average income of 12 USD per day. She joined the fund to borrow 240 USD to do business at the market
Trần Thị Chúc sinh năm 1961( Mã số: 010107010025) gia đình chủ yếu làm nông nghiệp và chăn nuôi gà. Thu nhập bình quân của gia đình khoảng 2.500.000 vnđ/tháng. chị than gia vay vốn mức vay: 4.142.000 vnđ để đầu tư chăn nuôi.
Đào Thị Lý sinh năm 1964 ( Mã số: 010107010026). Hàng ngày ngoài công việc đồng áng, chị còn đi chợ rau. Thu nhập bình quân của gia đình chị khoảng 2.000.000 vnđ/tháng. Chị tham gia vay vốn mức vay: 3.270.000 vnđ để chăn nuôi lợn.
Nguyễn Thị Q. sinh năm 1959( Mã số: 010107010027) . Gia đình cũng chủ yếu làm nông nghiệp và chăn nuôi. Bên cạnh đó chị còn đi làm thuê. Thu nhập bình quan của gia đình khoảng 3.000.000 vnđ /tháng. Chị tham gia vay mức vốn: 4.142.000 vnđ với mục đích chăn nuôi.
Lê Thị Thuỷ sinh năm 1966( Mã số: 010107010028 ). Hàng ngày chị đi chợ bán hàng thu nhập khoảng 200.000 vnđ/ngày. Chị tham gia vay vốn mức vay: 4.142.000 vnđ để đầu tư đi chợ.
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