Mr. Khorn N. is 32 years old and lives in Moeun Tom Rang village in Takeo province. He is a farmer who owns a plot of land and cultivates rice. His wife, Mrs. Sout Mao, owns a poultry business. Since her ducks are bigger and bigger, she does not have enough duck food for breeding them. Thus, Mr. Khorn N. decided to ask for a loan to buy duck food for his wife’s business. He has six children: two are duck breeders, three are enrolled in the local school and the youngest is too young to work or study. Hie and his wife are shown in the photo.
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