Chun is a married woman. She and her husband are farmers who own a three-hectare plot of land where they can grow rice. They sell part of the rice and use some for their family. Chun is also a pig breeder.
At present, she wants to start a new business, but she does not have enough money. She is asking for a loan to add to her savings to buy two cows for breeding.
She is the mother of five children, two of whom are seamstresses in garment factories, while another one is a teacher, and the others are students.
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