A loan of $1,700 helped a member for traditional cake selling business, purchasing such as rice, ingredients, and fruit.


Sophany's Group's story

Mrs. Sophany K. Sophany is leader of five-member group, selling traditional Khmer cakes. She carries the cakes to customer's homes in her village Her husband is a bricklayer. She has been selling since 2006 and typically earns around $2 a day. She has four children, two of whom are married and two are construction workers. They live in Ratanak Commune, Battambang Province.


To expand business and increase income, Sophany would like to request a loan for her traditional cake-selling business, purchasing items such as rice, ingredients, and fruit.


Her group members follow:
Mrs. Soeurn T., who is requesting a loan to use in her impure gold-selling business; Mr. Cheal Y., who is requesting a loan to use in her business selling sweets; Mrs. Savry H., who is requesting a loan to use for her second-hand clothes business; and Mr. Bunthoeun S., who is requesting a loan to use for selling cooked food. Mr. Bunthoeun is at the left side of the picture.

In this group: Sophany, Soeurn, Cheal, Savry, Bunthoeun



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