A loan helped to build a safe latrine at home.


Rith's story

Rith, age 43, is married and has three children who are attending school. She lives with her family in Angkor Chey District, Kampot Province. She and her husband help each other to earn additional income by working as construction workers. Being a responsible mother, she works hard every day to generate income so that she can cover her daily costs and send her children to school. She works as a construction worker in her community with her team, providing this service to customers. She works at construction sites and performs physical tasks such as cleaning, removing debris, loading and unloading materials, assembling and disassembling temporary structures, digging trenches, compacting earth, reading and following construction plans and blueprints and assisting skilled craftspeople with their duties.

Currently, her house doesn't have a safe latrine and cannot provide sanitation to her family members. As of now, she is requesting a loan to build a safe latrine at home. In this way, she hopes to increase the value of her home, improve its sanitation, and ensure healthy living conditions to safeguard the health of her family and protect the environment. With this loan support, she will be able to purchase construction supplies such as bricks and cements to build a safe latrine and pay for labor costs. She sends thanks to all the lenders for contributing their funds to help poor fellows like her. She took this photo with her lovely husband.


This loan is special because:

It provides access to clean, renewable energy sources, like solar and biogas.



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