A loan of $1,525 helped a member to buy a decent motorbike to support her occupation.


Sreyneat's Group's story

A young 24-year-old mother of three little kids, Sreyneat is a paid rubber tapper at the rubber plantation at Kampong Cham province, where her residential area is, to earn a living. With the five-year engagement in the current occupation, she is able to earn up to 40,000 KHR (Cambodian riels) per day. However, the main challenge for her is the huge expenses related to transportation back and forth to the workplace from her house. To overcome this challenge, she joins a group of two to apply for a new loan as first-time borrowers. She is seeking 4,000,000 KHR while her joint member is applying for 2,000,000 KHR. As the group leader, she will use her loan portion to buy a decent motorbike to support her occupation. She hopes that her transportation expenses will be reduced so she can use that money to cater for her children’s needs instead, especially in purchasing good food for her kids.

In this group: Sreyneat, Sreymom
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