Mrs. Sab was born in 1983 and she is a wedding beautician and a pig breeder. She earns enough profit to support her family.
Since business is getting on well, she wants to expand. So to fulfill this purpose, Mrs. Sab is applying for a loan to buy five more piglets, pig food, and to build a pigsty. Her husband, Mr. Phorlla, is a farmer who owns a 2-hectare plot of land where he can grow rice. He will sell some of the rice and rest of the rice will support his family. Through this activity, they support a child who is attending a local public school. Her husband is presented in the picture.
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