A loan of $600 helped a member to purchase a motorbike.


Hoy's Group's story

Mrs. Hoy H. (on the right) was selected by members to be a group leader for a loan from Maxima. In the group there are two families including hers. The entire group lives in a small village off of National Road number Two about twenty kilometers south of Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia. 1-Mrs. Hoy H., 51, and her husband, Mr. Mon Sok, 53, were married in 1973 and have six children; two sons and four daughters. One of their children is married and lives outside the family home; three children are garment factory workers, one son is a construction worker and another one attends school. Hoy stays at home to take care of her house. The main income is from her husband’s business; he drives a motor remoque taxi. (Remoque is a motorcycle with a trailer at the back). Hoy is requesting a loan of $300 to purchase one secondhand motorbike for her son to drive to work. 2-Mrs. Chantha N., 40, and her husband, Mr. Samomm Pol, 44, were married in 1986 and have two daughters, both are in school. Chantha has been selling grocery items for five years. Her husband is a policeman. She is also requesting a loan of $300 to purchase more grocery items for resale.

In this group: Hoy, Chantha
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