Mrs. Bunnary was born in 1967. She is married to Mr. Sarun, with whom she has five children. One repairs speakers, another is a seamstress in a garment factory, and the others are studying in a local public school. She sells coffee, ice, and Khmer cake, through which she earns some income to support her family. Her husband is a construction worker. At this time, she wants to start a new business, but she does not have enough money to begin. So Mrs. Bunnary is seeking a loan to buy a cow for breeding. Her husband is in the picture with her.
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