A loan helped a member buy fertilizer to increase the productivity of her coffee trees.


Ang Nua 36 Group's story

Hoa, 33, is a Thai ethnic woman. In the picture, she stands first from the right. She is married and has two children, aged 12 and 8. She lives with her parents-in-law, her spouse and her children in a crowded Thai traditional stilt house.

Because of a difficult situation, Hoa had to drop out of school after Grade 8. She has been a farmer since she was a child and has tried so hard to provide for her family. She and her husband have worked hard in the fields with a lot of different jobs, such as growing rice, coffee, corn and vegetables and raising fish, pigs, buffalo and poultry. Sometimes, to earn more income for the family, her husband works as a temporary builder.

This is the third time that Hoa has taken out a loan from the Anh Chi Em program. She will use this loan to buy fertilizer for coffee trees. She hopes this investment will be successful and that she will increase the productivity of her coffee trees. She plans to use her profits to buy buffalo and fish to expand her farming. She wants her family's income to increase in a stable way through agricultural production and her children to be given the best education.

In this group: Hoa, Dinh, Ui, Xom


This loan is special because:

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



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