A loan of $4,300 helped a member to buy a water machine to support her crop growing.


Chak's Group's story

This village bank loan consists of twenty-four members who hope that they can use their portions to improve their families' standard of living. Mrs. Chak, born in 1964, was selected to be the village bank president by the other members.

Mrs. Chak is a farmer who owns a 1.20-hectare plot of land which she uses to grow rice for a living. She would like to ask for a loan to buy a water machine to support her crop growing. Her husband is a vice village chief who is able to earn a small salary to support their family, and he also helps his wife with farming. The couple has four children: one works for a mobile company and the other three are students who also assist with farming.

In this group: Chak, Phan, Keo, Man, Nget, Vet, Tem, Vet, Yem, Sok, Keo, Khen, Keo, Om, Khen, Kong, Khan, Kat, May, Pronh, Khat, Noeun, Net, Tem
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