A loan of $125 helped a member to build a decent pour flush latrine for his family.


Kimsong's Group's story

Living in a rural area of the Kandal province’s Sa Ang district of Cambodia, KimSong is a 27-year-old married father of one son, who is dependent on him.

To support his family, he works as a construction worker and his wife is a garment worker. These are the only jobs that they have. They earn about 20,000 KHR per day.

Kimsong leads a group of two as the first loan cycle client to seek a loan. He will use his portion to build a decent pour flush latrine. (A pour flush toilet is like a regular flush toilet except that instead of the water coming from a cistern above, it is poured in by the user.) To build it, Kimsong needs cement, a roof, sand, a latrine bowl and a door.

He hopes to own a decent latrine in order to promote good health for his family, especially his son.

In this group: Kimsong, Pheap
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