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A loan of $1,300 helped to buy a remoque kangbei [a three-wheeled motorcycle taxi] for her husband.


Ny's story

Ny (pictured here) sells fish that her husband catches. In addition, she is hired to farm and gets paid a fee. Her husband is a fisherman and a motor remorque taxi driver. Motor remorques (a motorbike with a long carriage at the back) are not legal in Phnom Penh. Therefore, Ny applied for a loan to buy a moto kangbei for her husband, which is allowed in Phnom Penh. About moto kangbei: in the past, they were commonly known as "tuk tuks" (a three wheeled motorcycle taxi), but they are now officially called "moto kangbei" by government authorities.



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