A loan of $900 helped a member to buy more grocery items for selling.

Sort's Group's story

Sort resides in a rural area of Sampov Meas district of Pursat province, Cambodia. She is 40 years old and married with four children, three of whom are dependent. Some are still in school and some work at a garment factory. To support the family, Sort has been in the business of selling grocery items for fifteen years. She can earn about 42,000KHR per day and manages to save approximately 10,000KHR each day for her daily savings.

This is the second microloan for Sort’s group with VisionFund. She completely paid back the past loan which has helped her to relieve the family’s burden and improve the family's standard of living. Now leading her group of three to seek a loan with VisionFund of 1,200,000 each, Sort, who is the leader, will use her portion to buy more grocery items for selling, such as sugars, eggs and salt etc. She hopes to expand her grocery business and gain more income from it in order to run another business to earn extra income for the family.

In this group: Sort, Vanny, Siny

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