Mrs. Touch was born in 1980. She is married woman to Mr. Phorn, who was born in 1974. This couple has six children: one is a cloth seller who has a salary, three are attending the public local schools, and the others are still too young to study or work.
Mrs. Touch stays at home and cooks for her family. Her husband is a construction foreman who is able to earn a small income to support his family. In order to improve his construction business, Mrs. Touch would like to ask for a loan to buy more construction supplies for her husband's use.
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