A loan of $225 helped a member to buy additional piglets for raising.


Dy's Group's story

Dy, 47 years old and one of the breadwinners in the family, is a rural villager from the Kror Kor district of Pursat Province. In her household, there are nine members including her seven children--four of whom are living with her, one of which is helping the family business, while the remaining three are working in the factory. To endure family adversity, she and her husband do rice cropping as the main source of income. To raise up extra income, they also raise pigs and sell firewood in that area. For 12 years, she has been able to earn about 33,000 KHR and save about 18,000 KHR per day. Including this cycle, it is the second cycle for Dy with VisionFund (Kiva's partner). She has paid back the past loan with success, which has enabled her to manage her business properly and buy household materials. Now, she leads a group of two for the new requested loan. As a group leader, she will use her loan portion to buy additional piglets for raising. She hopes to fatten her pigs in a healthy way, so as to increase more income for her family's sake.

In this group: Dy, Chandeth
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