A loan of $400 helped buy bananas and pig food.


Mean's story

Mean P., 27, is married with four children. She resides in Kandal Province, Cambodia with her husband (pictured) and children. To make a living, she raises pigs for sale, earning approximately US $5 per day. This is her first loan from CREDIT, Kiva’s partner. Her husband is a middle man who buys bananas from the local farmers from the village and sells them to markets in the town, earning an income of US $5 per day. Mrs. P. and her family members are seeking to improve their standard of living and to generate a better income. Therefore, P. is asking for a loan of US $400 to purchase bananas and pig food to expand their current businesses.



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