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


Dok's Group's story

This small loan is being requested by four borrowers, all of whom live in Cheung Keub Commune in Kandal Province. The group leader, Mrs. S., is 58 years old and the mother of six children; three are single and the others are married and live away from home. She has been selling mushrooms in the market for more than eight years, and is earning an average of $5 per day. She usually buys the mushroom from a wholesaler and farmer to sell for a profit. She is married to Somnang, who is a local construction worker. S. is running her business well because she is skilled in attracting more clients. In order to make the business successful, S. is asking for a loan to buy more mushrooms for sale.



The other three borrowers are:


S. is a garment worker and she requests a loan for her husband to enlarge his business selling vegetables.


S. is a local electrician and he needs a loan for his wife to improve her business as a pork seller.


S. is a building supervisor and he is applying for a loan to buy more construction materials.

In this group: Dok, Nin, So, Un



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