A loan of $400 helped to buy more products to expand her inventory.

Khan's story

Mrs. Khan C., 25, is married and lives with her husband and one child in Bathambong Province, Cambodia. She started a grocery business in 2006. She usually buys wholesale grocery products from a market in her town and starts re-selling them to the people in her community. From her activity, she can typically make on average US$ 3/day in income.

Meanwhile, her husband is employed by a private company as a driver, making US$ 150 per month. For her household expenses, Mrs. C. spends on average US$ 50 on food, US$ 15 on utilities, and US$ 15 on her business transportation.

Presently, Mrs. C. is asking for a loan to keep expanding her inventory to meet her customer demand.

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