Mrs. Hean M. is 47 years old and she is a villager who lives in Ang Khchau village in Takeo province. She is a farmer who owns a plot of land on which she cultivates rice to earn a living. Her husband, Mr. Sery Satt, is a duck middleman from which he is able to earn a small income to support his family.
Since her husband’s business is going well, Mrs. Hean M. wants to expand it. Thus, she decided to ask for a loan to buy more ducks to enlarge her husband’s business.
Mrs. Hean M. is the mother of three children, one of whom is a seamstress in the garment factory while the other two are students in the local school.
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