Case of study

AC Supports Vulnerable to Better Income Avoid Risky Migration

Living in Angdong Por commune, Romeas Haek district, Svay Rieng province, Mrs. Sam Ol’s family is one among many vulnerable people.

Mrs. Sam Ol said, after her husband passed away, her family’s situation was so bad, because she was difficulty with no choice of job or proper income source in community.

Fortunately in 2016, she was selected to join with CCPCR’s Agriculture Cooperation which formed under supported by USAID’s CTIP, funded through WI. AC supported local vulnerable people with good condition on agricultural sector and helped them to better livelihoods and free from risky migration and human trafficking.

After joining with AC, Mrs. Sam Ol and her villagers have been supported a lot such as trained on chicken raising skill, farming, financial management, and small business. In addition, CCPCR’s Agriculture Cooperative also support members to have capital to expand their grocery selling and livestock raising.

Mrs. Sam Ol, who got supported to have small business at home said, she felt happy to get supported to have such small Business and chicken raising. Now she is improving her life with income about 20,000 to 40,000 riels.

Nowadays, Mrs. Sam Ol has earned enough money for daily expend. She willing to save some money to broaden her business and building cage to raise more chicken at home.