Mrs. Nhaet T. is a villager in Chheu Teal Phluoh village in Takeo province and she is 37 years old. She is a farmer who owns a small piece of land to cultivate rice for her family. She is also a fish seller in the local market where she is able to earn a large profit to support her family. Since her business is going well from time-to-time, she wants to expand. So, to improve her own business, Mrs. Nhaet T. is seeking a loan to buy more fish to sell. She is a widow with two children who help in their mother’s businesses.
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