With EUR 8,800 Chanthan is able to expand the capacity of her junk shop and increase revenues.
Ean Chanthan, 34, is married and lives with her three children in the Siem Reap Province of Cambodia. To earn a living, she and her husband run a business purchasing and selling junk materials. She purchasing old iron, cans, plastics, cartons, battery, radio, and television from the villagers and resell it to Vietnamese and Thai traders every month.
Due to a shortage of finance, she is now asking for a loan to invest in her business. She sees this investment as an opportunity to enlarge her capital and increase her daily income.
To be repaid in 24 months.
|Company name||Ean Chanthan|
|Location||Siem Reap Province|
|Sector||Wholesale / Retail|
Phillip Bank is a microfinance institution in Cambodia that invests in people and their businesses via Micro-loans. By providing working capital to local entrepreneurs, they enable people in Cambodia to further expand their businesses and reach their potential for business growth and job creation.
Micro-loans are an effective tool against poverty. Research has shown that communities with more viable small local businesses have more balanced economies and higher average prosperity levels. Their turnover mainly flows back to their communities, ensuring economic growth and stability. The capital provided by Phillip Bank works towards sustainably improving families' financial well-being in rural and urban communities.
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