A loan helped a member to buy a baby buffalo.

Na Tau 45 Group's story

Chung, 29 years old, is a nursing mother. She needs a loan to buy a baby buffalo. She lives with her husband and two children in a small house on stilts in the poor, impoverished northwestern mountains of Vietnam. Her two children are young: one is in preschool and the other is five months old. Her husband is the main income provider for the family, earning a meager 4 million VND salary. Chung and her husband try to save.

Chung stays at home tending two buffaloes and planting rice. Because the land area for rice cultivation is very small, her family does not have enough to eat. Her family has economic difficulties.

Because her child is still young, Chung has not yet worked to earn extra income, so she wants to borrow 6M VND from the Anh Chi Em program to buy a baby buffalo. She can stay home to take care of her baby and tend her buffaloes. She hopes that with the financial and technical support of the Anh Chi Em program her buffalo will thrive.

She hopes her buffalo will bring her good profits. She plans to use the profits to continue investing and pay for her famiy's expenses. She wants her baby to grow up quickly and be healthy.

In the photo, she stands at the top right.
In the group La, Thanh, Thinh, Tuyet, Un, Yet, Phuong, Chung

In this group: La, Thanh, Thinh, Tuyet, Un, Yet, Phuong, Chung

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

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