A loan helped a member to purchase rice to make noodles to sell.


Toun's Group's story

This small loan is for four women who live in the province of Siem Reap in Cambodia. Mrs. Toun K., 24, has been recruited by the other members to be the group leader. Presently, she owns a workshop where she and her husband make Khmer noodles to sell out of their home. She also sells her noodles to regular customers who are market sellers who come to buy in bulk at her house.


Toun K. ran out all of the necessary raw materials from her stock. Because she lacks the capital to replenish her stock, she is applying for a loan to purchase rice for making noodles to sell.


The other three borrowers jointly taking this loan are:


Toun T., who will use the loan to buy a motor she can use to support her business and for her family’s riding needs.


Sok K., a chicken seller who will use the loan to purchase a motorbike to transport chickens to sell more quickly.


Sin C., who sells Chinese noodles in the market and who will use the loan for capital to begin raising pigs at home.

In this group: Toun, Toun, Sok, Sin



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