With a loan of EUR 15,800 Chhin can expand her restaurant and her husband his business of cassave.
Mrs. Voeng Chhin, 42, is married and lives with one child and her husband in Kampong Cham province. To earn a living, she opens a small restaurant from her home, selling breakfast and lunch. This business has been running for about two years, with two employments. Her husband usually buy cassava from farmers and transport to resell to wholesaler at Vietnam border.
The cassava season is usually starting from Jan to May depending on the geography, and a month he can buy from 50-100 tones for resell at Vietnam border, and with the cassava business, her husband can employed 6 parttime workers. Since the cassava trading is making more income to support the family,
Mrs. Chhin is asking for a loan from KREDIT for a husband to reinvest in cassava trading business.
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