A loan of $1,000 helped to accrue a larger quantity of pork to sell.


Tieng's story

Tieng R. currently retails pork that she buys in bulk, on credit, from her suppliers, who have their own pig farm and slaughtering operation. Tieng R. typically generates an income of $6 per day to meet her family’s daily living expenses. Tieng R. is 41 years old and a single mother. She was married but divorced her husband years ago and has no child. She lives with her older mother, who stays at home to be responsible for the daily housework. Since a national festival is coming, Tieng R. has many regular customers who need to order her pork for their cooking. To satisfy her customer's requirements, Tieng R. has decided to seek a loan for capital to accrue a larger quantity of pork to sell to those people.



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