A loan helped a member to buy baby fish (fry).


Mường Phăng 143 Group's story

Loi is 37 years old and has been a farmer since she was very little. Now she lives with her husband and two children, ages 17 and 15, in a small Thai house in Vietnam's northwest mountainous. Like other villagers, her family gets their main income from agricultural production. Before, their life was really difficult because of the instability of income from agriculture as a result of their old traditional techniques (for example, coffee and rice crop failure and chickens and pigs dying of disease).

Since she learned about the Anh Chi Em program, Loi has been interested in its loan and agricultural training and counseling, which have affected her farming and animal husbandry favorably. This time, she has taken out a loan from the Anh Chi Em program to buy baby fish to raise and sell in the market.

Loi hopes this investment will go well and help her reap good profits, which she plans to use to pay her children’s tuition and reinvest in animal husbandry.

In this group: Hoi, Duyen, Anh, Uong, La, Uong, Loi, Ngoan


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



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