Total loan: $1,950

Pa Khoang 48 Group

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Dien Bien, Dien Bien, Vietnam / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy small fish to raise.

Pa Khoang 48 Group's story

Ha, 26, is young ethnic Thai woman who has two sons. She lives with her husband, her children and parents-in-law in a traditional Thai stilt house in a remote village of Vietnam.

In order to have enough money to cover family life expenses and pay for her children's education, Ha and her husband work very hard at many activities, such as growing rice, and raising chicken, pigs, buffalo and fish. In addition, Ha's husband also sometimes takes advantage of construction work to earn more income. Recently, Ha has taken out a loan from the Anh Chi Em program (ACE) with the desire to expand her breeding model and develop the business further. This is the third time she has borrowed from ACE. The loan will be used to buy small fish (weighing about 500 grams) to raise.

Ha hopes that this continued support from ACE, together with her more-than-five-years' experience in fish raising, the small fish will grow and gain weight quickly so she can earn a good income. Her plan is to use that income to pay for her children's education.

Ha wishes her family to have more stable finances. In the picture, she stands first from the right.