Microfinance Microfinance Clients Value chain

RaboBank visit VietED MFI

On November 30, 2018, the representative of Rabobank – Mr. Mark Koppejan visited, surveyed and interviewed clients at the VietED branch in Ba Vi district, Hanoi. Mr. Koppejan discussed with the farmers who borrow loans from VietED to have a better understanding about agircultural production of the farmer households, their difficulties and needs to access financial services to improve the family economy and to get out of poverty in the district. The VietED’s staff and Mr. Koppejan met and visited Mrs. Phung Thi Xuan’s husbandry and orchard farm in Doai…

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Financial Inclusion Microfinance Value chain


Microfinance works to improve economic conditions for poor clients, help them increase their incomes and improve their lives, by providing financial services to them. In fact, the poor often have difficulty accessing formal financial services due to a number of barriers, especially without collateral, when accessing formal credit services. In addition, MFIs are aiming to provide long-term clients with the ability to access sustainable financial services. Thus, microfinance is considered as a development tool for the poor, not just a financial service and it targets the following specific development goals:…

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Value chain

Quynh Luu Pineapple Value chain

On March 25, 2015, VietED Fund organized for Rabobank – Netherlands to visit pineapple model in Quynh Luu – Nghe An. Participating in this activity is VietED Fund: Ms Dinh Thi Anh Tuyet, Chairman of the Fund Management Board, Mr Nguyen Thanh Ha Director of VietED Fund, Representative of Dua Quynh Luu, Rabobank Netherlands Organization: Ha Thuy An . Besides taking Mrs. Ha An to visit the pineapple models, visiting the fund’s recurring fund, the pineapple association and VietED fund also had a meeting at VietED fund office, Quynh Luu,…

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