A loan of $550 helped a member to buy more items to sell.

Pon's Group's story

From villagers who live in Siem Reap Province, five low-income people have decided to seek a loan for different purposes. One of these people, Mr. Pon, 31, has been chosen as the leader of this loan group by the other members. Mr. Pon currently works as a porter in his community. He gets an income his job of about $3 a day to manage his family’s needs. He is married with two teenage children who are still unemployed. His wife sells a few items next to the village. Mr. Pon’s wife is now out of inventory in her store and she wants to resupply with extra-goods to continue on selling. That is why Mr. Pon is applying for a loan to assists his wife’s business with additional capital to buy more items to sell.

The other four borrowers are:
Mr. Bech, a porter, who is asking for a loan to mend his house, which is broken down.
Mr. Soeurn is a porter and fish catcher, who will be using the loan money to purchase nets for fishing.
Mr. Khem is a fisherman, who is requesting a loan to buy a new boat to replace his old one.
Mr. Yorn is also a domestic porter, who is seeking a loan to repair his old house.

In this group: Pon, Bech, Soeurn , Khem, Yorn

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