A loan of $800 helped to expand her grocery inventory.


Ann's story

Ann S. O., 35, has owned a small stand since 2006, where she sells various kinds of stuff like shoes, light torches, ingredients, soft drinks, beer, and other household products for customers. On average, she makes $7.50 in revenue. Her husband, Hoeun Hon, has a big ice store in the village where he sells ice to the community, and earns about $6.50 each day. In Cambodia, most of the people buy ice from the ice store or ice vendor daily. They put ice into their clean water for their daily drink, and unlike the people in the city, they have their own refrigerator. Mrs. Ann S. O. would like to expand her inventory to meet her growing customer demand, as well as to generate more additional income.



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