A loan of $400 helped a member to purchase fertilizer.


Khan's Group's story

Residing in a rural village of the Kror Kor district in Cambodia’s Pursat province, Khan is 39 years of age and married. She is blessed with four children, two of whom are still dependent (her daughters). To earn a living, Khan farms rice and plants vegetables. Having been in the current business for more than 20 years, Khan earns approximately 10,000 KHR per day and saves about 5,000 KHR, after deducting daily expenses. This will be Khan’s second time requesting a loan via Kiva Field Partner, VisionFund. The past loan has had a huge positive impact on her as well as on her business: through the previous loan, Khan was able to expand her rice-growing business by buying more plots of farmland. Khan is now leading a group member who has been with VisionFund for three loan cycles already to take out a loan in the amount of 1,500,000 KHR in total. As group leader, Khan plans on using her loan portion to purchase fertilizer to help keep her rice-growing business in good shape. Khan expects to earn more income from her rice-growing business after receiving the requested loan portion and, hopefully, be able to build up her savings to purchase a water pump to continually supply sufficient water for her rice-growing business in the future.

In this group: Khan, Thae
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