A loan of $1,000 helped a member to pay a transplanting fee.


Kimly's Group's story

A resident from Kampong Cham province’s Prey Chhor district, Cambodia, Kimly is a married mother of four children. Nowadays, her kids rely on her as they are still in school. To cover the daily basic needs of her family, she works at a factory as her main source of income. To supplement the family's income, she and her husband grow rice and raise chickens. With this current business, she can earn about 37,800 KHR per day.

Kimly has been with Kiva's partner, VisionFund, for two cycles including this loan. The previous loan enabled her to improve her family’s living conditions gradually. Kimly is now leading a group of four to get a new loan from VisionFund. She will spend her portion of the loan on a transplanting fee for her farmland. She hopes to make more income to expand her farmland.

In this group: Kimly, Sokha, Keng, Hak
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