Sokchan NHOR

All farming is seasonal and so the soil must be replenished after each harvest. Sokchan lives in a rural village with her husband and four children. The parents are day labourers, but also have a small plot where they cultivate garlic. As the garlic season approaches, they want to achieve the best possible yield, so Sokchan requests a loan to buy seeds. A bigger crop will add to the family income, and Sokchan hopes to save some of it to renovate her home.

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Update from the Field
Date: Monday, 5 May 2014 12:00 AM
From: Sokchan NHOR

[loanrecipientname] has made the last loan repayment. Over recent months, your funds were used to boost their business and contribute to the family budget. Extra capital generates higher income, and this has helped [loanrecipientname] start their journey out of poverty. We know from experience that once any household has some cash to spare, it will be spent on the children – providing more food, buying needed medicine, and keeping them in school. [loanrecipientname] is very grateful for your support!
Loan Update
Date: Sunday, 19 March 2017 2:13 PM
From: Good Return
Good Return has received a loan request from Sokchan NHOR. This loan is due to be disbursed on the 27/01/2017 on the understanding that Good Return will raise funds from the public to finance it. Learn more about borrower disbursement dates.
Loan Update
Date: Monday, 27 March 2017 4:52 PM
From: Good Return
Someone has just helped to fund Sokchan NHOR’s loan.
Loan Update
Date: Monday, 27 March 2017 6:56 PM
From: Good Return
Someone has just helped to fund Sokchan NHOR’s loan.
Fully Funded
Date: Monday, 27 March 2017 6:56 PM
From: Good Return
Good news! The loan for Sokchan NHOR has now been fully funded.
Date: Friday, 20 April 2018 2:52 PM
From: TPC
Sokchan NHOR has made a repayment of 1000000.00 Cambodian Riel.


Date Amount (KHR)  Notes
20 April 2018 1000000.00  Late Payment
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about the borrower

Borrower Name
Sokchan NHOR
S'ang Districk, Kandal Province
Loan Use
Cultivating garlic
12 Month
19 March 2017
Loan Status
Repaid Closed
Amount $350.00
Raised $350.00

about the field partner

Name of field partner
TPC (view profile)
Time active
71 Month(s)
Delinquency rate
Default rate


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Quick facts about:

Population 14305000
Capital Phnom Penh
Languages Khmer
Main Exports Rice Fish Timber
Currency KHR
GDP per capita $US 1848

Selected poverty indicators

Population living below US$2/day 56.5%
Life expectancy at birth 63.1
Adult illiteracy rate 22.4%
People without access to safe water 39%
Cambodia Loan Repayments
Most loans in Cambodia are repaid in a single final installment. In this case, you will receive only one repayment notification instead of monthly updates. This is because many of TPC's clients are farmers and are only able to repay their loan after they have sold their seasonal harvest.

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