A loan helped a member to invest in pig raising by buying piglets and animal feed for them.


Noong Het 35 Group's story

Chinh, 28, is a young ethnic Thai lady who lives in a remote village in northern mountainous Vietnam with her husband and her 8-year-old son. In the picture, she stands at the first from the right.

Her family mainly relies on agricultural production for a living. Because of the instability of their income from agriculture, Chinh and her husband work very hard at many additional activities, including cultivating rice and raising chickens, ducks, and pigs.

Recently, Chinh has requested her fourth loan from the Anh Chi Em Program in order to have enough money to buy piglets and animal feed for them to develop her farm. Chinh is satisfied with the training and counseling provided by the program, which has helped her consistently overcome the difficulties in cultivation and animal husbandry in order to make their production more efficient.

Chinh hopes with the support from the program and her six years experience in pig raising, this investment will be as successful as the previous ones, so she can better provide for her family as well as re-invest to develop her farm.

Chinh dreams that her family will have an abundant life and that her son will have a good job with a bright future.

In this group: Chinh, Thoi, Sinh, Lam, Thin, Thien, Tuyen, Thuong.

In this group: Thuong, Tuyen, Thien, Thin, Lam, Chinh, Sinh, Thoi


This loan is special because:

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



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