A loan of $650 helped a member to buy fertilizers for her farmland.

Sengheap's Group's story

Sengheap, 19, lives with family members in a rural village of the Pursat province’s Sampov Meas district, and she has one daughter who is dependent and still too young for school. She and her husband earn a living through farming rice and planting oranges and sugarcane, which they both have been in for 10 years to make a living. The current business earns them about 16,000 KHR (Cambodian riels) per day, and they can save about 10,000 KHR each day for their future needs.

This is the first microloan for Sengheap’s group with VisionFund. Now leading her group of three to apply for a loan, Sengheap, will use her portion to buy fertilizers for her farmland. She hopes to increase her crop yields and earn more income to improve her standard of living and keep her daughter in school when she is old enough.

In this group: Sengheap, Yoem, Sor

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