Mrs. Suon was born in 1973. She is married to Mr. Phoa who was born in 1972. They have five children. Three of the children are attending the local school and the other two are too young to work.
She and her husband are farmers who own a plot of land that they use to grow rice for their family. Currently, they want to grow rice in the dry season, but they don’t have enough money to grow it. Thus, Mrs. Suon would like to ask for a loan to buy fertilizers and gasoline for cultivating rice. Her husband is in the picture with her.
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