Mrs. Nay S. is 42 years old. She has three children, two of whom are studying at the public local school while the other helps with housework. Her husband, Mr. Lort Bon, is a farmer. They all live in Pongro village in the Takeo province.
Mrs. Nay S. is a duck breeder. In this career, she does not have any problems, but her field does not have enough water because it does not have an irrigation system. Thus, Mrs. Nay S. decided to apply for a loan to buy a pump, rice seeds and pesticides to increase her rice yield in this current year.
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