A loan helped a member to buy a buffalo.


Nua Ngam 55 Group's story

Hoa, 24, is Kho Mu ethnic woman who is married and is a mother of two baby boys. Now she lives with her spouse and her sons in a stilt house in a remote area where people mostly earn a living by agricultural production. Most of their income relies on agricultural production with plenty of jobs, such as growing rice, corn, cassava, raising pigs, buffaloes and chicken, but this income is very low and unstable. Hence, her family always faces the lack of capital to improve their farming.

This time she has taken a loan from Anh Chi Em to buy a buffalo. She hopes this investment will be successful in order to grow her business in sustainable way. She dreams of giving her sons a high education in order to having better future. In the picture, she stands at the first from the right.

In this group: Hoa, Thanh, Binh


This loan is special because:

It provides financial and other support to families living in vulnerable communities.



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