Total loan: $1,925

Ang Cang 11 Group

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Muong Ang, Dien Bien, Vietnam / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy food for her pIgs.

Ang Cang 11 Group's story

FDem, 31 years old, is a Thai ethnic woman. She lives with her husband and three children in a small house on stilts in the northwest mountains of Vietnam, where agriculture is the mainstay. Her first son is in 6th grade, the second daughter is in 4th grade, the youngest daughter in kindergarten. Therefore, Dem and her husband always work very hard to make money to pay tuition and improve the living standards for their children.

Like the villagers, Dem and her husband are very hardworking to make additional income, such as rice cultivation, raising chickens and pigs but the income is unstable, so her family is still a poor household.

Dem knows about the Anh Chi Em program and really wants to receive support of capital as well as technology from the program to improve her family economy and get rid of the poor household status.

For this reason, she borrowed a loan this time from the Anh Chi Em program with the aim of buying food for her pigs. She hopes that by buying food for her pigs, the opigs will grow fast and healthy. Interest jog from selling pigs she will continue to invest in livestock.

In the picture, Dem stands first from the right.