Entrepreneur Updates

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Feb 05 2018

Pacifico is supporting his wife with poor health

Pacifico Jr. has run his neigbourhood grocery shop for seven years now. His business grew and was able to display a greater variety of products to meet the daily demands…
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Feb 05 2018

Mario has purchased a multicab to transport water

Mario was busy repairing watches when I arrived at his shop. Two of his children were with him in the shop that day. Mario has received two Lendwithcare loans and…
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Feb 05 2018

Charito and her husband are proud parents

Charito Catampatan was busy cooking meatballs when I arrived around lunchtime in her canteen. She was with her two employees and her daughter, who graduated her Course of Education last…
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Feb 05 2018

Remegia is thankful to the lenders who helped her

Remegia‚Äôs fish vending business is doing well. Her stall is full of different types of fish. Remegia is supporting her two children who are in grade 2 and grade 12…
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Feb 05 2018

Rose wants to send her kids to college in future

Rose has been selling fish for seven years now. She was happy to acquire a stall in the public market and generates sales everyday, as before she only sold on…
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Feb 05 2018

Antonia's business is doing well

Despite their elderly age, Antonia and her husband still manage to run both of their businesses everyday. The sales from both their businesses will help them in dealing with their…
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Feb 05 2018

Genna's cafe is full of different types of dishes

Genna Jane runs a small restaurant near the seaport of Tangil Dumanjug in Cebu province. Her stall is full of many types of pork, chicken and fish dishes. When Genna…
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Jan 10 2018

Update for from Hoeurn Mong in Cambodia

Hoeurn Mong has met all of the loan repayments on time so far and she expects to complete the final instalments in the next few months. She used the loan…
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Jan 10 2018

Update for Serey Roeurt in Cambodia

Serey Roeurt requested a loan to purchase an additional plot of land measuring around one-third of an hectare in 2017. Serey and her husband felt the smallholding they already had…
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Jan 10 2018

Update from Vun May in Cambodia

Vun May received a loan financed by Lendwithcare in mid 2017. He has made half a dozen on-time repayments so far. He used the loan to purchase an extra plot…
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Jan 09 2018

Update from Yoeurn Yat in Cambodia

Yoeurn Yat is close to repaying in full a loan she received in early 2017. She has met all the repayments promptly so far. She used the loan to purchase…
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Jan 09 2018

Update from Ry Thlang in Cambodia

Ry Thlang is mor than half way through repaying a 12 month loan that she received in 2017. She used the loan to purchase an additional parcel of around one-third…
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Jan 09 2018

Update from Samnang Kin

Samnang Kin is a smallholder farmer from northwestern Cambodia. He is about half way through repaying his loan, so far he has made all the repayments promptly. He is waiing…
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Jan 09 2018

Update from Nat Chey in Cambodia

Nat Chey received a loan financed through Lendwithcare in late 2017 and she has already made some repayments. She used the loan money to purchase fertiliser and other inputs for…
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Jan 09 2018

Mrs Kong is pleased with her new tractor

When we visited Mrs. Kong she said that her rice crops this year have already been harvested. She got around 3 tons of crops to sell on. The middleman gave…
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Jan 09 2018

Update from Sokea Buth in Cambodia

Sokea Buth has made several on time repayments to the loan she received in mid-2017. She farms both rice and cassava. Unfortunately, the rice harvest was very poor due to…
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Jan 09 2018

Update from Rom Neak in Cambodia

Rorn Neak received a loan funded through Lendwithcare in 2017 and has already made several repayments without difficulties. She is a smallholder farmer growing both rice and maize. She sold…
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Jan 09 2018

Update from Samnang Sok in Cambodia

Poor rainfall meant that Samnang Sok did not have a good rice harvest. The yield was around 1.5 tonnes per hectare which is below the normal expected yield of 2…
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