A loan of $1,000 helped a member to purchase pig feed for her husband’s farm.

Sim Group's story

Sim, 45, is married and has three children who reside in the village in Prey Veng province of Cambodia.

Sim has been operating her rice farm to earn income to support the family’s living for the past 20 years, while her husband is a farmer and has been cultivating rice and raising pigs.

Her family profits are also aided by one of her children, who is a garment factory worker. The two others are students. All of them can make around 12 USD per day.

This group of two members is led by Sim, who appears the first from the right in the photo. She would like to use her loan share to purchase pig feed for her husband’s farm.

She believes this loan will allow her to get more income and increase her family profits.

In the future, Sim is going to expand the farm, renovate her house, and help her children’s studies.

In this group: Rinna, Sim

This loan is special because:

It provides low-income rural communities with access to finance and training services.

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