Sen M. is 44 years old, married, and has one adult child. He lives in Trapeang Leuk village in Takeo province. He is a cow middleman and a fisherman who is able to earn some money to support the family. His wife, Nget Mich, is a farmer who owns a two-hectare plot of land where she grows rice to sell to support the family. She is a also Khmer cheese maker. To improve rice production, Sen M. is applying for a loan to buy rice seed, fertilizer, and gasoline to do farming during the dry season.
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