A loan of $1,000 helped to buy more pigs to raise and sell.

Cham Nap's story

O. Cham Nap, 29, raises a few pigs and typically earns $3 per day. His wife, Sea Sophea, 27, sells desserts and eggs and has a daily income of $2.50. Together, they have one young child.

Their family expenses are a bit high since the price of goods and services keeps going up relative to their small amount of income. With the current difficult economic downturn, they are trying their best to generate more income to maintain their moderate standard of living.

They want to take out a loan of $1000 to buy pigs to raise. Basically, Cham Nap hopes he will be able to build a new house, improve his child’s education, and ensure his family sustainability.

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