Mele (54) is a widow with three children and four grandchildren. She contributes to her family’s income by weaving traditional mats. She is seeking a loan to expand her business by buying pandanus leaves and other raw materials for her craftwork. She plans to use the increased profits to help provide for her family’s needs and make much-needed home improvements.
Sunday, 19 March 2017 2:10 PM
Good Return has received a loan request from Mele Faapoi. This loan is due to be disbursed on the 9/02/2017 on the understanding that Good Return will raise funds from the public to finance it.
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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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