Total loan: $2,125

Ang Cang 17 Group

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Muong Ang, Dien Bien, Vietnam / Agriculture

Ang Cang 17 Group's loan finished fundraising,
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A loan helped to buy fertilizer for her coffee farm.

Ang Cang 17 Group's story

Tuyet, 39, is a Thai ethnic lady who has been married and became the mother of two children, a boy and a girl. She lives in a traditional Thai stilt house in a remote village of Vietnam.

In the town where she lives called coffee land, coffee here is very famous in the province and country with good quality. Like other villagers here, Tuyet's main income is from selling coffee seeds, rice and the addition of the salaries of her children. Her main hardship is diseases in coffee planting.

She took eight loans from the Anh Chi Em program and repaid them successfully. Wishing to have a high quality crop, Tuyet requested a ninth loan from the program. This time the loan will be used to buy fertilizer for the coffee trees.

She hopes that with the support both financially and non-financially of Anh Chi Em, she will have a good harvest. Her family looks forward to additional income to reinvest in coffee trees.

In this picture, she is the woman in the light purple coat, standing first from the right.