Total loan: $1,625

Ang Cang 18 Group

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Muong Ang, Dien Bien, Vietnam / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy piglets to raise and sell.

Ang Cang 18 Group's story

Nhoi is a Thai woman aged 49. Her husband has been passed away for many years, now she lives with her two children in a small and old house in a remote village of Vietnam.

Nhoi was a woman rich in energy and a hard working woman, indeed, although her husband left her alone to take care of children, she still does it very well. Her two children, a boy and a girl now become adult and have a job. To have money to cover life expenses, wherever people need to hire workers, she is there. The work she does to get money is very diverse, from construction worker to gardener or farmer.

Recently, she's like to invest in breeding to get more income. For that purpose, she requested a loan from Anh Chi Em microfinance program. This is the sixth loan at the program and all the previous loans was repaid on time. The loan will be use to buy piglets to raise and sell later.

Nhoi hopes this investment will bring her good profit so that she can pay for family expenses, continue to reinvest and save for life. In the picture, Nhoi stands first from the far right.