Total loan: $1,200
Takeo province, Takéo Province, Cambodia / Food
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A loan helped To open a small grocery shop at home.
Sain, 50 years old, is a farmer who raises pigs at home. Her husband is also a farmer and a motor taxi driver. Their income is $25 per day. They have six children. Two are studying and four are working in the factory. Every month, she has to spend $50 on food, $10 on electricity, $15 on school fees and $10 on transportation. She would like to request a loan of $1,200 to open a small grocery shop at home. She still will raise pigs but she wants to have another career to get more income. Before, she sold only paddies, and then she started raising pigs to get baby pigs to sell, but the income is still up and down, so she wants to have a steady career. That’s why she wants to sell groceries at home. Her long-term goal is to support her children to study at least through high school.