A loan of $100 helped a member to build a latrine for her family to use.

Ing's Group's story

Residing in Thmor Koul district, in Cambodia’s Battambang province, Ing is 34 years old and married. She is the mother of three children, two of whom are dependent on her. Ing earns her living by farming rice, and by working for others as a paid laborer. Each day, she is able to earn around 24,000 KHR and save approximately 7,500 KHR after deducting the cost of living.

This will be Ing’s second time requesting a loan via VisionFund (Kiva’s partner). The first loan that she obtained, and successfully paid back, helped her to better support her family’s living standard. Ing is leading a group member who is borrowing through VisionFund for the first time, to take out a loan in the amount of 186,000 KHR, each person. As the group representative, Ing will spend her loan portion to build a proper latrine, for her family's use and to promote sanitation and hygiene practices in Cambodia. With the latrine properly installed, Ing believes that she will be able to avoid unsanitary practices completely and create a healthy environment for herself, as well as for her beloved family.

In this group: Ing, Yeoun

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