A loan of $1,200 helped to purchase a grinding machine to make "crack cake" for sale and to purchase more grocery inventory.


Chhorvy's story

Mrs. Chhorvy V., 30, is a grocery seller working from her house in the Roung Kou Village, Kompong Cham Province, and earning around $5 per day. Normally, Chhorvy buys groceries from her suppliers in town and sells to customers in her village. She has only one son, who is a student in primary school. Her husband, Mr. Houy Khun, 35, is a rice farmer and earns about $2 per day.

For another source of income, Chhorvy now asks for a loan of $1,200 in order to purchase a grinding machine to make "crack cake" for sale and to purchase more grocery inventory. Chhorvy hopes that the loan will improve her family’s living conditions. For her future plan, she wants her son to be a doctor or a businessman.



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