A loan of $800 helped to increase the number of fish sold.

Sek's story

Sek Y., age 33, works raising pigs from her home and makes $2 a day. Her husband, Yun Ka, age 37, runs a business selling fish at an open air market and earns approximately $5 a day. This couple has four children and all of them are students. Mrs. Sek would like a loan from Kiva via Credit of $800 to increase the number of fish she sells. This is good for his business since there are many customers. Cambodian people prefer fresh water fish rather than salt water fish. (Yun Ka is pictured because his wife was not available)

CREDIT MFI is an independent Cambodian faith-based organization. It aims to empower the economically active poor and small entrepreneurs by providing inclusive financial services.

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