Ms. Le Thi Ly, born in 1966 (member # 010103080002); loan amount 240 USD to purchase supplies for her heating & air business. Average income for her family is 204 USD/month;
Ms. Nguyen Thi M., born in 1976 (member # 010103080003); she has a business making tofu with average income of 145 USD per month. She is borrowing 240 USD to invest in her business;
Ms. Bui Bich Ngoc, born in 1976 (member # 010103080004). She sells pork and makes average 8.75 USD per day. Her loan amount is 190 USD to invest in her business;
Ms. Phan Thi T. P., born in 1984 (member # 010103080005); she sells ready-made clothes and average income is 12 USD per day. Her loan amount is 240 USD to expand her store.
Lê Thị Lý sinh năm 1966,( Mã số: 010103080002) tham gia vay vốn mức vay: 4.142.000 vnđ để đầu tư vật liệu làm cơ khí. T. nhập bình quân của gia đình khoảng 3.500.000 vnđ/tháng.
Nguyễn Thị M. sinh năm 1976 ,( Mã số: 010103080003)chị có nghề làm đậu có T. nhập theo ngày, T. nhập bình quân của gia đình chị khoảng 2.500.000 vnđ/ tháng, Chị tham gia vay vốn mức vay 4.142.000 vnđ để đầu tư nghề phụ.
Bùi B. N. sinh năm 1976,( Mã số: 010103080004) hàng ngày chị đi chợ bán T.t lợn có T. nhập theo ngày khoảng 150.000 vnđ/ ngày. Chị tham gia vay mức vốn: 3.270.000 vnđ để đi chợ.
Phan Thị T. Phương sinh năm 1984 ,( Mã số: 010103080005 )chị bán hang quàn áo may sẵn có T. nhập theo ngày khoảng 200.000 vnđ/ ngày. Chị vay mức vốn: 4.142.000 vnđ để đầu tư mở rộng cửa hàng.
About SEDA:The Center of Small Enterprise Development Assistance (SEDA) is a non-profit organization whose vision is to create “a society without poverty.” Founded in 2004, SEDA provides microfinance services to low-income and disadvantaged people in rural areas of Hanoi and the northern provinces of Vietnam through its Binh Minh Micro-Finance Program.
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