A loan of $1,500 helped to raise capital in her business to purchase more groceries to resell.


Touch's story

Touch, 43, is married, resides with her husband and five children in Kampot Province, Cambodia. She has been selling groceries for over ten years, earning approximately USD 3 per day. Her husband runs the business of purchasing junk materials to resale at the junk shop. He earns about USD 7 per day. Three of her children are employed in garment factory. Approximately, they earn USD 12 per day.

In order to improve her family’s livelihood, Touch is requesting a loan of USD 1500 to raise capital in her business to purchase more groceries to resale. By doing so, she would earn more profit to support the family. In the future, she would like to use the profit to expand her business and help her children get bachelor’s degree. Moreover, she hopes to a new house as soon as possible.



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