A loan of $1,000 helped to purchase a passenger cart for a motorcycle.


Chay's story

Mrs. Chay S., who is 48 years old and is a mother of 3 children, lives in part of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She sells fruit at the side of the road and normally makes around $5/day in revenue. Her husband, meanwhile, is self-employed as a motor-taxi driver and typically contributes his daily income to the family savings. One of this couple's children works at the nearby local garment factory, and the two others are enrolled in school. S. is asking for a $1000 loan to purchase a passenger cart to be attached to her husband's motorcycle and make it a tuk-tuk, a motorcycle taxi. She thinks this can make additional income. In the future, S. would like to have enough money to invest in a grocery business rather than selling fruit at the roadside.



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