Nob is the wife of Veng. This couple has four children, one of whom is a chef, one is a farmer, and the others are studying in the local public school. She is a farmer who owns a very small piece of land where she can plant rice. She sells some of the rice yield and uses the rest for her family. Her husband is a construction worker. His work place is far away from their home. So to improve this condition, Mrs. Nob is asking for a loan for a new motorcycle for her husband's transportation.
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