Uyen, navigating challenges in a family of five, is currently in the 8th grade. Her father works away from home to provide for the family, while her mother manages a 1500 m2 apple orchard and tends to goats and sheep. Despite a recent drop in goat prices leading to reduced profits, they persist in raising goats as their primary source of income.
Uyen’s mother, Mrs. Hang, recently secured her sixth microcredit of $217. This fund injection is earmarked for expanding their goat farming venture and investing in the apple orchard. In the face of economic fluctuations, their resilience shines through as they continue to nurture their livelihood, demonstrating a steadfast commitment to securing a better future for their family.