With EUR 11,400 Khuch is able to rent 25 additional acres of land for his cassave, rice and beans farm.
Mr. KHUCH Chamreun is married and lives with his wife in Kampong Cham province. He has been working as a farmer for about 10 years to earn a living. He grows cassava, beans, and rice on 10 hectares of farmland to earn a profit. He also works as a dealer, purchasing cassava and beans to resell at Vietnam border. His wife, SREY, is a professional tailor and opens a tailoring shop from home.
Mr. KHUCH is now requesting for a loan to hire 25 hectares of farmland to grow cassava. This is a big investment and he strongly believes that the cassava plantation will bring more income to help support the family.
|Company name||Khuch Chamreun|
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