A loan of $1,200 helped a member to buy more vegetables for sale.

Un's Group's story

This small loan will go to three women, and the group leader, Mrs. Un S., is 40 years old. She is a vegetable market seller, selling different kinds of vegetables such as cabbages, morning glories, and cucumbers. She currently earns an average of US$ 7 a day to sustain her family. She began this business in 1999. She is widowed and has three children, all of whom are still young and attend school. Her older sister is living with her. She makes a living selling mixed fruit juice and helps meet the family's needs.

To improve her business, S. is applying for a loan to buy more vegetables for sale, as well as for her older sister to enlarge her business.

The two other borrowers are:

Em N., 46, who is selling rice and porridge, etc. She's requesting a loan to purchase a motorcycle for her family to ride.

Pich C., 45, is a Cambodian military person. She needs a loan to begin a new business as a hairdresser.

The borrowers live in Steung Meachey Commune in Phnom Penh City.

In this group: Un, Em, Pich
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