A loan helped to buy construction supplies to renovate her old home.


Heap's story

Heap, age 48, is married and has six children. She lives with her family in the area of Angkor Borei district, Takeo province. She earns additional income by working as a construction worker.

Being a responsible mother, Heap 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.

Heap works at construction sites, performing physical tasks, such as cleaning, removing debris, loading and unloading materials, assembling and disassembling temporary structures, digging trenches, and compacting earth.

The job of a laborer varies, changing from day to day. She performs a variety of duties involving tool use, lifting, carrying and managing equipment and machinery to provide support and aid to the skilled craftspeople onsite.

Due to a shortage of money, Heap is asking for a loan to buy construction supplies to renovate her old home. She hopes that, through the help of the loan, she can provide everyone in her family with a suitable place to live and comfortable living conditions.

Heap will have enough funds to purchase construction supplies, such as bricks, cement, zinc, and other necessary things, and pay for labors costs.

Heap believes that, through her hard work and perseverance, she will be able to attain a better standard of living someday.


This loan is special because:

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



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