A loan of $1,000 helped to purchase a Remoque taxi for her son-in-law to drive.


Rann's story

Mrs. Rann R. (pictured with her husband and jars to ripen custard apples), 49, and her husband, Mr. Samet Dy, 50, live along national road number one about twenty kilometers from Phnom Penh. They were married in 1980 and have five children; two sons and three daughters. One of their daughters, a security guard, is married and lives in the family home. Two children have full-time employment and the other two children study in the local school.



Mrs. Rann has been selling custard apples since 2003. She buys them from farmers in her village and nearby villages to ripen to sell at Ta Khmao market, while Mr. Samet has been growing vegetables since 1979. Rann's son-in-law is unemployed and he needs to buy a Remoque motor-taxi but lacks the money. (Remoque is a motorbike with a trailer on the back).



Therefore, Rann is requesting a loan of $1000 to purchase a Remoque taxi for her son-in-law to drive.



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