Suon Han married Koem Pros, and
they have 3 sons and 1 daughter. They live in Chhvang Commune, Ponhea Leu
District, Kandal Province. Han runs her small shop selling grocery, beverages,
and other stuff for 6 years already. Hans husband, Pros is a construction
worker and he is able to earn income to support his family.
Han is able to sell shampoo,
instant noodle, biscuit, sugar, beverage, ice, pure drinking water, eggs and
other stuff for people in her village. Han is also keen to start another
business of raising cow. It is family business and at present she does not hire
any workers, but her children assist in the business. As business grows well, Han
plans to expand her grocery shop.
In order to meet the rising
demand of her clients, Han is in need of working capital to buy grocery stuff, beer
and beverage for selling in her shop. She also wants to strengthen her new
business of raising cow by purchasing more cows.
Using loan from Maxima
Microfinance Plc., Han will be able to increase the number of orders she could