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We support Chamroeun Microfinance in their mission to improve the livelihoods, skills, and self-confidence of poor families in Cambodia by providing responsible microfinance and complementary socio-economic services.

Chamroeun established in 2006 by Entrepreneurs du Monde as an NGO with a focus on serving the very poor in Phnom Penh by providing a variety of services. In 2011 they officially registered as a Microfinance Institution, and have since grown to 21 branches in 16 provinces around Cambodia.

Chamroeun aims to create an environment for the vulnerable and poorest of the poor to have access to financial services with small loan sizes adapted to their small business contexts. They also complement their financial services through a range of socio-economic services.

Their goal is the maximization of social impacts. This is accomplished through no dividend distribution, decreased product pricing, and increased product diversification to address vulnerabilities

About us
Friends of Chamroeun Microfinance is a lending team for people who support Chamroeun's mission to remain aware of all of the work they are doing, and keep track of their loans as they are posted.

Location: Cambodia       Team website


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  • Malia
    Malia received a loan from Nancy to buy mulberry for her tapa making business and also hire men to help her husband in taking care of their vanilla plantation.
    $3,400 to go
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  • Doris
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    Doris received a loan from Nancy which helps ensures woman-owned, LGBT founder opens 20-bed shelter for women and children.
  • Elis
    Elis received a loan from Nancy to invest in a bulk purchase of cotton thread and bamboo.
  • Phoem
    Phoem received a loan from Chris to pay for renovations to her home.
    $850 to go
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  • Ta
    Ta received a loan from Cathy to invest in raw materials to jump-start her hammock weaving business.
  • One Acre Fund
    One Acre Fund received a loan from Jenny one Acre Fund farmers in Tanzania access seeds and supplies on credit to help them feed themselves, their families and their communities.
  • Nuevo Horizonte Group
    Nuevo Horizonte Group received a loan from Cathy to purchase corn starch, cheese, eggs, butter, lard among other products.
  • Paweena
    Paweena received a loan from Robert to buy government lottery tickets to sell.
    $725 to go
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  • La Bendición 2 Group
    La Bendición 2 Group received a loan from Cathy to expand her cafeteria, buying tostadas, bread, vegetables, chicken meat and buying chickens and pigs.

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