Mrs. Soeun S. is 31 years old and lives in Ta Ou Khang Cheung village in Takeo province. She and her husband, Mr. Nat In, are farmers.
Although they try to work hard with their farm they still earn less income than needed to support their family, so they started a new business as rice middleman. In order to support the new business, Soeun S. decided to ask for a loan to purchase a cart. She will use the rest to buy more rice to support her new business.
Soeun S. is the mother of two children who are 2 and 8 years old. One of her children is currently in school.
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