Mrs. Yun N. is 52 years old and is a villager who lives in Samna Khmau village in Takeo province. She and her husband, Mr. N. Nut, are farmers who own 2-hectares of land to cultivate rice on to earn their living. Mrs. Yun N. now is requesting a loan to purchase a motorcycle for transport. This couple has six children; two are seamstresses in the garment factory, one is a car wash laborer, and one is a laborer at the Thai border while the other two are students in the local school.
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