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A loan of $950 helped a member purchase food for pigs.


Hak's Group's story

This is a group loan that will be dispersed to five members.


Mrs. Hak C. is 32 years old and raises pigs for her income to sustain her family. She started her business in 2005 and can earn approximately US$5 each day. Her husband, Mr. Eang Lonh, 35, makes a living farming and specializes in rice and vegetables crops. They have four children, two of whom are in secondary school. Hak is seeking a loan of $200 to purchase food for her pigs. Hak leads an entrepreneurial group with four other members


Mrs. Samath S. is 30 years old and works as a rice farmer. She is asking for a $200 loan to buy more food for pigs.


Mrs. Sokhoeun C., 35, makes a living as a farmer and is also applying for a $200 loans to buy pig food.


Mrs. Sokhuor H. is 36 years old. She is a farmer who raises rice crops. Sokhuor needs $150 to purchase a female pig.


Mrs. Oeun M. is a 58-year-old widow who makes a living growing rice. She requests a loan of $200 to purchase a cow for plowing a field.
All the women live in the Jreyvean Commune in Kompong Cham Province.

In this group: Hak, Samath, Sokhoeun, Sokhuor, Oeun



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