With EUR 8,000 Nuon is able to purchase five more hectares of farmland to grow more rubber and increase her income.
Nuon Chanra, 28, is a resident in the Tbong Khmum province of Cambodia. For the past 16 years, she and her husband have been operating together in the rubber farm to earn income for support the family's living. She started growing rubber in the five hectares of farmland and taking care for around five to six years to get the production.
Since the demand of rubber are increased and the dealers come to buy at her farm, so now she is going to purchase five more hectares of farmland to grow more rubber. She is confidence that with this loan will allow her to increase her crop yields and as well as her family profits.
Local partner Kredit will provide the loan, which has to be repaid in 42 months.
|Nom de l’entreprise||Nuon Chanra|
|Chiffre d'affaires||€17 699,11|
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