Koal is asking for a loan of EUR 9,000 to purchase more ducks in order to increase the amount of eggs product.
Koal Sreymach, 29, is married and has three children who lives in the Siem Reap Province of Cambodia. She is a seller in the local market and has been selling duck meat to earn additional income, while her husband earn income from raised animals.
Her husband has been raising duck for eggs to resell. His duck has around 1000 to 1200 and can produce around 900 to 1000 eggs per day.
Since the demand of the customer are increase, she is now asking for a loan for her husband to purchase more ducks for fatten in order to increase the amount of eggs product. She believes this purchase will allow her to increase her family income and raise her standard of living.
|Company name||Koal Sreymach|
|Location||Siem Reap Province|
|Sector||Wholesale / Retail|
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