A loan of $125 helped to pay for local labors harvesting and threshing her rice crops.


Kem's story

Mrs. Kem is a responsible mother who has spent most of her life working in the agricultural business in the Prey Chor district. She has lived there with her husband and 3 children for ages. Most of her main income is made from farming. Presently one of her daughters is married and works in a shoe factory in Phnom Penh city. Her husband always assists her on the same farmland to raise the whole family. Together, they typically earn approximately $2.50 per day. Mrs. Kem now is taking out a loan from Kiva, through HKL to pay for local laborers harvesting and threshing her rice crops. In the future, she will own a general store from her house and sell many kinds of merchandise to satisfy the people in her commune.



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