Total loan: $2,375

Muong Phang 139 Group

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Dien Bien, Dien Bien, Vietnam / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy baby fish.

Muong Phang 139 Group's story

Nhung, 21, is a young Thai ethnic woman who is married and has two sons: one is 4 years old, the other is 2 years old. She lives with her husband and her children in an old small house in a poor and remote village which lacks necessary living facilities. Without training in any specialty, her family relies only on agricultural production, such as growing rice and arrowroot and raising fish, chickens, and pigs to earn money. However, lacking modern techniques in cultivation and breeding, Nhung has faced lots of difficulties in increasing production yield.

Recently, Nhung has taken out a loan from the Anh Chi Em program to buy baby fish with the hope that those fish will grow fast and healthily, then bring a good profit to her family. With the profit, she plans to reinvest in her farming and repair her house. She dreams of giving her children the education necessary for the key to success. In the picture, she wears a yellow coat.