Mr. Chheoun C. is 39 years old and lives with his wife, Mrs. Tha Sieb, in Knong Preaek village in Kandal Province. They have two children, one of whom attends the local public school and the other of whom is too young to go to school or work.
Mr. Chheoun C. is a construction worker and his wife is a vegetable seller. Since her vegetable-selling business is going well, Mrs. Tha Sieb wants to expand it. Therefore, Mr. Chheoun C. decided to apply for a fourth loan to buy more vegetables for the business. His wife is shown with him in the photograph.
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