Mrs. Ra was born in 1980 and is married to Mr. Nat. They have three children who are all still too small to work or study. Mrs. Ra is a farmer who owns a plot of land where she grows rice to sell as well as to feed her family. She is also a pig breeder. Her husband is a construction worker and a motorcycle taxi driver.
Mrs. Ra wants to start a new business and needs some money for this venture. To achieve this purpose, she is applying for a loan to buy a cow for breeding. With the rest of the loan she will also buy one more piglet.
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