A loan of $300 helped to buy more fruits to meet her clients' needs.


Sam's story

Sam L., 55, is married and lives with her husband in Toul Sangke district, Phnom Pehn, Cambodia. She started her business in 1979, selling fruits and cooking Num Ansorm, a Khmer traditional cake made from piece of pork, banana, sticky rice wrapping with banana leaf. This kind of cake is very popular and well known for locals. Sam L. can typically make about $5 a day of income from her business activity.

Her husband can moderately make $3 each day from working as a motor-taxi driver. Moreover, Sam L. has four children. One of them is enrolled in school, two of them are electricians, and the last one is a factory worker. For her monthly expenses, Sam L. usually spends about $110 on food and $20 on utilities. The expenses are covered 50% by help from her children.

Sam L. would like to request a loan to purchase more fruits to meet her clients’ needs and increase her profit margin.



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