A loan of $250 helped to collect rice from farmers to store and re-sell for a profit.


Hean's story

Hean Y. is 34 years old and is a resident of Kompong Tom Province, where she owns a little store outside of her house, where she sells groceries for daily income. With the business, she can earn around US$ 2 per day, and she has been running this store since 2007.



Y. is married to Mr. Khout Nghon, 42, who makes a living raising pigs from home and also is a local palm climber. With the palm climbing, he can tap palm juice from palm trees, boiling it to make palm sugar or turning it into palm wine for sale. The couple has five children; all of them are single and still under their care.



Y. is applying for a loan as capital to collect rice from farmers to store and re-sell for a profit and to buy piglets for her husband to raise.



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