Mrs. Hub P. is 45 years old and she is a villager who lives in Pou village, in Takeo province. She is a farmer who owns a plot of land to cultivate rice in order to earn for his family's living expenses. In this farming she faces a problem because she does not have enough money to support her farming crop. Thus, she has decided to ask for a loan to buy fertilizer, rice seed, pesticide and to pay out for hiring a water machine to water her rice and to pay out for plowing. Aside from farming, she also sells boiled rice. Her husband, Mr. Toak Srey, is a motorbike taxi driver. He can make a small income to improve his family's standard of living. This couple does not have any children. Her husband is on the left, in the picture.
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