Mrs. Orn is 45-year-old widow with two children who are studying in the local public school. She is a farmer who owns a 1-hectare plot of land where she grows rice both to sell and to feed her family. She is also a pig and a chicken breeder.
Since her business is getting on well, she wants to expand it. So for this purpose Mrs. Orn is applying for a loan to buy two piglets, ten chickens, pig food, and a cow. The cow will be used for breeding to start a new business.
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