A loan of $900 helped a member to increase their business capital.

Chham's Group's story

This loan is for a group of three women. One of them is Mrs. M., 50, who has been selected to be the leader by the other members. M. is a widowed mother who has four children; three of them are single and the other is married and lives independently. Two of her daughters are employed: One is a used-clothes seller and the other sells fish in the market. Her husband sells clothes in the Sophy Market.

Presently, M. supports her family by selling fresh fish in the market, earning about $3.50 a day. M. and her husband think that their ventures are profitable and good items for family to invest in. Therefore, they have decided to request a loan to increase their businesses' capital.

The other two borrowers include M., who is a fish seller asking for a loan to buy additional fish for sale, and P., who sells Khmer fritters in her home and needs a loan to order wooden statues to sell to tourists for more income. The borrowers live in Ratanak Commune, Battambang Province.

In this group: Chham, Chham, Khom
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