Mrs Loi’s Happiness

Mrs. Tran Thi Loi is one of the vulnerable households in Village 1, Quang Ngan commune, Quang Dien district, Thua Thien – Hue. When she heard about ADRA’s Damrey project, she actively registered together with 7 other households in the village to receive funds for growing vegetables and raising chickens.

Marjia has Restored her Social Dignity

In the rural areas of Bangladesh, women are deprived of social dignity, especially, who are illiterate. Many women are struggling to achieve their dignity and social status.

Credit Loans for Livelihood Development in Vietnam

Since the beginning of the Climate Resilient Agriculture and Renewable Energy for Sustainable Livelihood Improvement Project (CARE II), Thong and his family members have always actively joined the project activities, especially the CDC meetings.

Bhagwati’s Story

In a small hillside village in western Nepal, Bhagwati kneels beside the fire and warms her hands in front of red-hot coals.

Sabina’s Story

Sabina remembers clearly the days when she couldn’t adequately feed her family or send her children to school because of poverty living in Bangladesh.

Bopha Sun’s Story

In Cambodia when Bopha Sun was just 10 years old, her mother fell ill so she was forced out of school and worked on her parents’ farm.

Aquita’s Story

Read how Aquita, a beneficiary from the LOSA project in Timor-Leste, can now grow a garden with nutritious vegetables through the support of ADRA.