A loan of $1,000 helped to open a carpenter shop.


Lim's story

Lim P., 39, pictured with her husband, is married and lives with three of her children in the Kampong Cham province. She works as a farmer and typically makes US $5 every day, while her husband earns US $3 a day as a carpenter. They are also supported by their children, who are farm workers. The weather conditions have been difficult for farming in Cambodia this past year, and inflation has also caused food prices to skyrocket. These factors have played into a difficult economic year for many Cambodians. In light of these times of economic difficulty, Lim P. is asking CREDIT for a loan of US $1,000 to aid her husband’s business. He currently works as a carpenter, and could make a lot more money if he opened up his own shop. She sees this loan as a way to increase her income and is confident that the business venture will be successful.



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