Mrs. Neak, who was born in 1972, is married to Mr. Poeu. This couple has two children who are enrolled in the local public school. They are farmers who own a 1-hectare plot of land where they grow rice on some parts to sell, and on other parts to feed their family. Mr. Poeu is also a construction worker.
They are currently facing an obstacle because they have only one ox. That is why they want to buy another ox to plow the field. Mrs. Neak is asking for a loan to buy an ox for their farming.
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