A loan of $300 helped a member to repair her old house.

Phim's Group's story

This is a small group loan, which is jointly requested by four low-profit people who live in a commune in the province of Siem Reap. Mrs. S. has been promoted to be a group leader by the members. S. and her husband help each other in order to feed four children who are attending school. There is one more who is married and working. They both pursue their daily revenue by working as porters in the busy local market and they are always hired by people to carry their fish. This couple has been engaged in this job for nine years, typically earning $5 per day. The family’s house is too old and breaking down, and their living condition has been affected. Because of this, S. decided to borrow a loan of $150 to allow her to mend her old house. The other three borrowers are:
Mrs. S., who requests a loan to buy more grocery items to continue to sell;
Mrs. T., who is taking out her money to help her to increase the financial capital of her fish paste trade; and
Mrs. C., who is looking for a loan to mend her old house.

In this group: Phim, Hoeun, Say, Pen

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