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Lav IN

Cambodia

54 year old widow Lav In works at weddings and similar functions, using her $3 a day wage to provide for her grandchild. To augment her savings, Lav seeks a loan to buy a piece of land next to her house. Lav plans to cultivate some fruit and vegetable on this plot, and hopes the extra income will improve the family’s living standards.

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Noeun KHEANG

Cambodia

To support a family of three, Noeun (46) depends on her grocery store and ginger farm. As she has had to divert cash to planting another ginger crop, she has run down inventory. Noeun knows that more stock will ensure more sales, so seeks a loan to refill her empty shelves. With all the normal pantry lines in place, she expects sales to recover. Noeun will use the extra takings to improve their house and living conditions, and cover her children’s education costs.

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Sreymom LONH

Cambodia

Sreymom works in a garment factory and her husband is a welder. But their $6 a day income barely covers household expenses. Sreymom has decided to raise a loan to buy a motorbike, which she will use to get to her work. Sreymom (35) wants to ensure her two children can one day get to university.

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Men MANH

Cambodia

Men Manh (40) and his wife farm paddy rice on their own plot of land. Beside this, Men also works as a day laborer. To increase their income, Men wants a loan to start a business, buying and selling cows. He hopes that the extra income from this new source will help him improve his family conditions.

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Lourdes Amaro

Philippines

Charcoal vending is a low margin business. To make a profit, Lourdes must start early each morning to prepare and load her stock, and hawk the fuel around her village. Lourdes needs a loan to buy in more charcoal from local forest burners, so that she can continue to meet the needs of her customers. She dreams of seeing her children finish school and eventually go to college.

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Jeanie Munion

Philippines

Cultivating vegetables in her market garden keeps Jeanie (46) very busy. She earns about $5 a day for her efforts, supplementing her farm labourer husband’s wage. But her takings are vulnerable to unpredictable weather and pest control problems. To grow more and better quality vegetables, she seeks a loan to buy pesticides and fertilisers for her next crop. Jeanie intends to spend her income on maintaining her plot and providing for her children’s education.

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