Mrs. Neng is married to Mr. Mey. She was born in 1972. They have one child who is attending local public school. They are farmers who own a plot of land where they grow rice to support for their own family. Besides farming, they are rice middlemen and fishermen.
Although they try to work a lot, they can earn only a little income. So to improve their family's living standard, Mrs. Neng is applying for a loan to buy a cow for breeding to start a new business.
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