A loan of $2,575 helped a member to buy a television and battery for using.

Mrs. Meas Village Bank Group's story

This village bank loan consists of sixteen people who have selected Mrs. Meas to be the village bank leader. All will use their portions of the loan to improve their families' standard of living.

Mrs. Meas was born in 1961. She and her husband, Mr. Soa, are farmers who own a two-hectare plot of land where they grow rice. They sell some part of the rice yield and the other part they keep to support their family. She is the mother of seven children: Three are seamstresses in garment factories, one is employed in a private company, another is a student, and the others are farmers.

Now she has a problem because her house does not have a television. So to improve this condition, Mrs. Meas is seeking a loan to buy a television and a battery for using it.

In this group: Meas, Un, Chea, Sar, Ung, Muong, Long, Sok, Sok, Touch, Long, Sou, Bin, Phat, Ngon, Pet

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