A loan of $1,000 helped a member to buy fish to sell.

Soeurn's Group's story

This is a small loan for four women who live in Battambang Province, Cambodia. Mrs. Soeurn C., age 43, has been selected to be group leader by the other members.

C. has been selling fruit in the local market for more than four years and earns approximately $3.50 per day. She is married to Bora, 44, who is a construction worker. She is a good mother who has given birth to six children: five are single and one is married and lives separately.

C. saw that her neighbor's investment selling fresh fish is a profitable one. She hopes to enter this business but she lacks capital, so she would like a loan to use as capital to buy fish to sell.

The other three borrowers are:
V. provides small loans with specific repayment schedules to the neighborhood. She applies for a loan to use as capital in her business operations.

S. will use the loan to increase her business selling bread.

S. sells Khmer noodles. She requests a loan to begin a new investment as a used clothes seller.

In this group: Soeurn, Norng, Phal, Ke

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