A loan of $1,000 helped to buy more piglets to raise for sale.

Koeng's story

Koeng T., 42, lives in Kandal Province where he owns and runs a pigpen next to his home. The pigs he raises can be sold to the slaughterhouse within three months after he begins to raise them. He can make several sales each year.

His wife, Mom Chantha, 35, works in the garment industry and currently earns between 80 and 90 US$ per month. They have three children, all single. One daughter works with her father, raising the pigs. Another daughter contributes to the family's food needs by also working in the garment industry.

Mr. Tong recently sold all of his pigs and hopes to acquire others to raise and sell. He will add the loan money to his savings to buy more piglets and to buy materials to distill wine to sell, as an extra source of income.

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