Aun, who was born in 1980, is married to Hun. They have two children, one of whom is enrolled in local public school, while the youngest is three years old. Aun is a farmer and owns a one-hectare plot of land, where she can grow rice to sell some of rice yield and use the rest of the rice to support her family. Besides farming, she has a lot of free time. So, to improve this condition, Aun is seeking a loan to buy two piglets and a cow for breeding to start a new business. Her husband is a construction worker and he cuts fire wood for selling, too.
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