Mrs. Taing was born in 1964. She is married to Mr. Heang. This couple supports four children, three of whom are seamstresses in garment factories, and one is a student. She is a duck eggs seller who is able to earn some profit to support her family. Her husband is a farmer who owns a 1.5-hectare plot of land where he grows rice on some parts of the field to sell, and on other parts to feed his family.
Although they try to work hard, they can earn only a small income. So to improve income, Mrs. Taing is asking for a loan to buy a cow for breeding to start a new business. Her husband is present the photo with her.
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