A loan helped a member to buy fingerlings for fish raising.

Pa Khoang 36 Group's story

Nang, 27, is a young ethnic Thai woman who lives in a Thai traditional stilt house with her husband, and two sons in a remote village in the northwest of Vietnam. Her first son is studying in 3rd grade while her second son is in 2nd grade.

Like other villagers in the village, Nang works very hard as a farmer. Nang family's main income is from growing rice and raising fish. Wishing to expand the scale, Nang decided to borrow a loan at Anh Chi Em program. This is her second time borrowing, and the loan will be used to buy fingerlings because Nang believes that fish is less prone to diseases than other animals.

Nang hopes that with the support from the program, the fingerlings will grow up quickly and healthy, bringing her a high profit so that she will be able to continue to develop and expand the fish raising model as well as earn enough money to pay for her children's school fees.

Nang stands the first from the right in the picture.

In this group: Xuan, Sang, Thien, Thanh, Cho, Nang, Thoa

This loan is special because:

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

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