Total loan: $2,975

Nua Ngam 21 Group

Dien Bien, Dien Bien, Vietnam / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy baby chickens and baby ducks for raising.

Nua Ngam 21 Group's story

May, 62, is a ethnic Laos woman who lives with her husband, her son, her daughter-in-law, and her two grandchildren in a Thai traditional stilt house in the northwest mountains of Vietnam.

May's family relies mainly on agricultural production for a living. Because of the instability of the income from agriculture, May and her husband work very hard at many activities, including cultivating rice, corn, and cassava, as well as raising chickens, ducks, pigs, buffaloes, and cows.

While this is many activities, their scale is still small. Wishing to expand the scale, May decided to borrow a loan at Anh Chi Em program. This is May's fifth time borrowing and the loan will be used to buy baby chickens and baby ducks for raising.

May hopes that, with the support from this program, together with her experience, the chickens will grow up quickly and healthy, bringing her a high profit so that she will be able to continue to develop and expand the breeding model, as well as pay her family's life expenses.