Mrs. Chroeb P. is 38 years old and lives in Rung village in Takeo province. She and her husband, Mr. Reang Mok, are farmers who own a 3-hectare field for growing rice to sell. Mrs. Chroeb P. has decided to ask for a loan to purchase a water machine, fertilizer, pesticide, and to hire a plowing laborer for the rice farm. Aside from farming, Mr. Reang Mok is a construction worker, earning a small income to help support the family. The couple has four children; one is seamstress in a garment factory, two are students in the local school, and the youngest is still a baby.
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