A loan of $525 helped a member to pay for labor to harvest his cassava crops.


Suy's Group's story

A resident of Kampong Cham province’s Tbaung Khmum district, Suy is 25 years old and married. He has one little son who is still too young for schooling. For the last five years, Suy and his wife have planted cassava as their main source of income, and he sometimes works on a rubber plantation to earn additional income. The current business earns him about KHR 18,000 per day, of which he manages to save about KHR 10,000 each day for future needs. Suy and his co-borrower live in the same village. Suy is a second-time borrower while his group member is a first-time borrower with VisionFund. The first loan helped Suy relieve his family's financial burdens. He and his group member are applying for a loan of KHR 1,000,000 each. Suy will use his portion of the loan to pay for labor to harvest his cassava crops. This loan will allow him to have a timely harvest, which he hopes will enable him to earn a better living.

In this group: Suy, Chuch
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