A loan of $875 helped a member to pay for labor to harvest her rice crop.

Samphors' Group's story

Samphors, aged 41, is a married mother of two dependent children (one daughter and one son) who are still in school. Residing in a village of the Thmor Koul district where crop farming is a common way to earn a living, Samphors also grows rice as the family’s main source of income like other villagers, while her husband is a soldier. She has been in this business to support their living for more than five years.

There are three members in Samphors’ group. She and other two members have been with VisionFund for five years. Since 2006, the loan has made her live better with sufficient food to eat. She completely paid back the loans with VisionFund. She is now leading this group to apply for another loan with VisionFund. As the leader, Samphors wants to use her loan of KHR1,400,000 to pay for labor to harvest her rice crop and use a portion to pay for combine harvester. This loan will enable her to harvest her rice crops to be ready for sale and daily consumption. She hopes to sell the crops for good profit and set aside some money to afford a bigger house for living and also keep her children in school until they get a higher education.

In this group: Samphors, Sary, Phally

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