A loan of $525 helped a member to buy wire and a lamp for an electricity connection for her house.


Touch's Group's story

A 47-year-old widow mother of two kids living in Thmor Koul district of Battambang, Touch is a single mother who makes a living through a business of catching crickets to sell (fried cricket is one of the common foods in Cambodia). She has no other business involvement besides this business. She is able to earn up to 35,000 KHR a month from the current business that she has been with for 10 years. To earn more profit, she needs to catch as many more crickets as possible.

Hence, she formed a group of two to apply for a new loan with VisionFund. She is a third time borrower for this cycle. She has used her past loan wisely in support of her business, and she can afford to provide meals three times a day for her children from her income. Now, she and her joint member in their group of two are seeking 1,000,000 KHR each. As the group leader, Touch will use her loan to buy wire and a lamp for an electricity connection for her house. She hopes this purchase will help her to have enough electricity in her household to supply her family’s usage.

In this group: Touch, Chem



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