A loan of $1,000 helped to buy more grocery products to meet his clients' demands.


Heng's story

Mr. Heng S., 34, has two children -- one 3 years old and one 7, who studies in kindergarten. He works with his wife selling various kinds of grocery products to the people in their community. He can typically earn about $4/day of net income. Each month, Mr. Heng S. spends around $40 on food, $20 on utilities and around $10 on his children's tuition fees, and sometimes the family members will spend a little more on a special occasion such as a wedding party, funeral ceremony, or other traditional ceremony.



Mr. Heng S. and his wife would like to ask for a loan from Kiva to purchaS. more grocery products to increaS. their profit margin as well as to meet their growing customer demand.



In the future, this couple plans to expand his stand to enable them to grow the business more.



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