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Ry CHOUN

Cambodia

Ry and her husband farm a small plot of land, but its yield is barely enough to sustain them throughout the year. They are keen to diversify and so have decided to raise cows to improve their financial position. Cows multiply fast, and being easy to maintain, represent less risk than other livestock. As Ry fattens up her calves, she hopes the regular quarterly cycle selling the mature cows will generate enough cash to maintain the size of her herd, and stabilize the family’s economic position.

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Wilma Villegas

Philippines

Selling varied local delicacies is a low-margin business. But the more Wilma can physically carry and hawk around her village, the more will be her daily takings. She seeks a loan to buy bulk supplies of popular snacks from local bakers. With more inventory, she can supply her own community and neighbouring villages. Wilma is determined to provide a good education for her children with this extra income.

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Mary Ann Soberano

Philippines

Mary Ann and her husband both work to support their family. He is a labourer while she hawks varied local delicacies in their village. Their joint income is almost $5 a day. Mary Ann requests a loan to buy extra ingredients and kitchen utensils to produce tasty snack dishes. She dreams that her two school age children will finish their studies, and that one day she can sell her refreshments across town to generate more income for her family.

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Salvacion Santorce

Philippines

Salvacion knows that her family’s living conditions make it hard for her four children to study at home. She requests a loan to repair their house and make it safer and more comfortable. She will use the loan to buy galvanised iron to rebuild the rusty, broken roof and cement to make a new floor. Salvacion(56) believes these improvements will enhance her children’s quality of life.

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Mercedita Nacanan

Philippines

Raising pigs boosts Mercedita and her family’s $5 a day income from growing rice. But to fatten the weaners, they require special fodder, which can be expensive. Mercedita will use her loan to buy the feed supplements that will keep them healthy. By gaining more weight, they will fetch a higher price when mature. These sale proceeds will help Mercedita and her husband save for their four children’s future.

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Corazon Federizo

Philippines

Corazon makes hablon, clothing native to the Iloilo region. She started her business to help pay the school costs of her student children. But with little capital, she needs to raise a loan to buy necessary raw materials. Corazon believes that with more output she can save enough to ensure her kids complete their education, and perhaps one day even go to college.

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