A loan of $125 helped a member to buy material for building a latrine.


Touch's Group's story

Touch, aged 50, lives in a rural village of the Kandal Stoeng district. She has one child who works in a garment factory to earn extra income for the family.

Touch is a rice farmer to make a living and sometimes her husband works for others for a fee. She and her husband have been in this business for 30 years. The current business earns her about KHR30,000 per day and allows her to save about KHR8,000 each day after daily expenses. This is a micro loan for Touch with Kiva’s partner. Now she is leading her group of three to ask for a loan. As the leader, she is going to use her portion to buy material for building a latrine, such as a toilet bowl, tile drainage etc.

Touch hopes this loan will enable her to have a clean latrine for her family to use.

In this group: Touch, Mao, Vanna
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