Pheap is the mother of five children, one of whom is a construction worker, another one is a rice seller who gets a low salary, another is a bicycle repairer, and the others are attending the local public school. She is a pig and chicken breeder who can earn some profit to support her family, while her husband is a motorcycle repairer and an iron welder. Since her business is getting on well, she wants to expand.
So to improve her situation, she is seeking a loan to buy more pigs and pig food, and with the rest of the loan she is going to buy more iron welding supplies. Her husband is shown in the picture with her.
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