A loan of $900 helped a member to purchase more necessary ingredients for cooking food.


Koy's Group's story

This is a small loan that is made up by three people, all residents of Phnom Penh City. Mrs. Koy H. has been selected to be leader by members. Koy H.'s age is 49 and she is widowed with five children; most of her daughters are employed as garment workers for an industry. Her son, Mr. Run, 24, works as a local construction worker.

Presently, Koy H. sells breakfast foods (porridge). She buys the ingredients from the village market, then she cooks them from her home, and finally she starts selling her foods in the morning for her neighbors. Koy H. will use the loan money to purchase more necessary ingredients for cooking food.

The other two borrowers are:

Mrs. P., 35 years old, is a widowed garment factory worker and she requests a loan to pay for her child's school fee.

Mr. B. is a widower man driving a trailer-motor taxi and he is applying for a loan to repair his motor taxi.

In this group: Koy, Hang, Nov
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