A loan of $600 helped to buy pigs.

Lem's story

Lem K., 29, is a Chinese interpreter for a garment factory, Blossom, run by a Chinese guy in Cambodia. He has an income of US$5 per day. He lives with his wife and two school-aged children. His wife stays at home and has been involved in the business of raising pigs since 1979 with an income of around US$1.6.

Seeing the chance that he is able to sell pigs with a fairly profitable price, he wants to take a loan of US$600 to buy more pigs for his wife to raise and sell them back at the right time when the price of the pigs goes up. If he succeeds with his business plan, he really wants to use his savings to build a house made from bricks.

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