A loan of $1,400 helped a member to buy more piglets to support the growth of her pig-raising business.


Yem's Group's story

Yem, 35, lives with family members in the Svay Reang province. She is a mother of two dependent children, one of whom is still in school.

Yem raises pigs for the main source of her family’s income. Moreover, she earns additional income by working in a factory. She has been involved with her business for eight years, and it enables her to save from her daily income about 8 USD per day. Illness of her pigs is a challenge for her family’s business.

This is her second loan cycle with VisionFund, and she has paid back her past loan on time. With the past loan, her family's condition has improved. Now she is leading a group of three to borrow this new loan. As the group leader, she will use her entire loan to purchase more piglets to expand her pig-raising business. She hopes she can increase her income and have enough capital to expand her business in the future and support her child’s education.

In this group: Yem, Sea, Boren


This loan is special because:

It supports the social and economic well-being of low-income families.



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