Chum Dun is 55 years old. She has two children and she is married. She lives in Kampong Chnang Province Cambodia. Her business is fish selling.She needs money for more fish,and vegetables to sell everywhere in the village.
Her income is U.S $ 5.00 per day. Her child earns 2.30 U.S $ per day. This is her fourth loan for credit. We chose this girl because we all like fish.We are five girls in our group and we all love sea food like : shrimp, truite, lobsters,(ect).That is why we chose this women.
Saylamo Hasanova owns a store. Saylamo Hasanova was requesting this loan in order to increase goods turnover. She lives in Kulob, Tajikistan and is 49 years old , married and has one child to take care of. She has been working in the retail sales field for over 28 years. Retail means there’s stores. Stuff is sold in there. Saylamo has a higher education in the merchandiser specialty. She sells at her own store.
My friend and I invested in her business because she needs a motorcycle to transport fish to the market. Heab is married and has 2 children.They all live in Siem Reap Province, Cambodia. Heab has a home to look after also. She takes care of her children while her husband fishes.
She wants the loan to buy a motorcycle. She wants a motorcycle to transport the fish that her husband caught. Her husband fishes all the times in the great lake of Cambodia. Heab and her family are looking to improve their business.Her husband is an expert at fishing.
Wouldn’t you just love to visit Siem Reap Province? Well, you’re in luck because you can take a virtual field trip to Cambodia by clicking on the link below. Hint – you may need to scroll down the page to the video entitled “Village Life Around Siem Reap”.
We are a class of 11 and 12 year old students from St.Lawrence School in Candiac, Quebec. ALL THINGS QUEBEC and the 22 student blogs in the sidebar to your far right are the places where we share our work and collaborate with students from around the world!
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Teacher, Evelyn Yvonne Theriault