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

Lass's story

Lass P., 54, is a low-income woman living in an area where there are many Islamic people, in Cambodia. To earn a living, Lass P. sells dry fish in the busy local market and typically generates an income US$ 3 each day to meet her family’s daily living expenses. She also buys fresh fish and turns them into dried fish and sells them retail to her regular customers who come to buy things in the market. Her husband earns money by providing a taxi service.

This couple has three children, one of whom is married and the other two single; both are employed in a garment factory. In the past, Lass P. hired a rental shop inside the market to sell her fish and she hopes to own a shop in order to cut down on rental cost. That is why she requested a loan of US$ 1000.

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