A loan of $1,200 helped to purchase more mangoes under contract for resale and to buy pesticides to protect them from insects.

Touch's story

Touch (pictured here), 47, is a widow with four sons and two daughters. One of her children is married, two are garment workers, two are soldiers, and another one is attending primary school. The family lives in a village about thirty kilometers from Phnom Penh City. Touch sells mangoes. She buys them under contract from villagers from the blooming to harvesting season. She needs to use pesticides to protect mangoes from insects. Additionally, she also raises pigs at home.

Touch hopes to expand her business by buying more mangoes for resale, so she decided to apply for a loan to help her capital. She will also use a part of the loan to buy pesticides to protect mangoes from insects.

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