Before being part of AIMS supported chicken cluster member, her family main source of income based on agriculture farming. In addition, her husband makes additional incomes through log cutting, away from family. According to Sam Nimol, her family living conditions at that time faced so many difficulties and hardship as the only income sources resting on her husband’s shoulder. With limited financial incomes, she owed money to her neighbors.
In 2018, after AIMS started to work in her community, Sam Nimol decided to enroll as a chicken cluster member in Koh Thom village. After being part of AIMS supported chicken cluster members, she acquired technical skills and knowledge on poultry. This business makes her family living condition much better off. Now she can afford money to support her family and her children going to school, without having to borrow money from her neighbors”. For more information, see the link