Total loan: $1,375

Noong Luong 138 Group

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Dien Bien, Dien Bien, Vietnam / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy fingerlings to raise and sell.

Noong Luong 138 Group's story

Nhung, 29, is a Thai ethnic woman. Most of her income comes from farming such as planting rice and raising chickens, pigs, fish, and buffalo. She lives with her husband, a son, and a daughter in a Thai traditional stilt house in a poor village.

This is the fifth time Nhung has taken out a loan from the Anh Chi Em program to buy fingerlings (small fish she can sell some months after raising). The loans are precious and she has had a lot of good results so she hopes this time her investment will be successful in the near future. With her profits, she will save to reinvest in fish farming.

Nhung dreams that her family will be always be filled with warmth and happiness. In the photo, she stands first on the right.