A loan of $1,000 helped to buy dried fish and eggs.

Seng's story

Seng S. is 40 years of age. She is something of a middleman between vegetable farmers and the market vendors that sell off the crops. She purchases the vegetables in bulk from the best farmers to sell to whichever vendors offer the highest price for her high quality goods. This has the capability of being a lucrative business.

She currently earns about 38 US$ per month. Her husband shares her business and brings in another 38 US$ per month on his part. On this income, they support a family of four including their young child and her younger sister.

Seng S. wants to expand her business by adding both eggs and dried fish to the list of food items she can resell to the markets. These items are more expensive, but with her extensive experience dealing with market resale she should be able turn a large profit through this expansion.

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