Mrs. Then was born in 1972 and is married to Mr. Lor, who also was born 1972. They have two children who are attending the local school.
She and her husband are farmers who own a plot of land that they use to grow rice. Aside from farming, they also cultivate mushrooms for their family living.
Currently, they want to cultivate rice in the dry season, buy they do not have enough money to grow it. Thus, Mrs. Then would like to ask for a loan to buy fertilizers, pesticides, and gasoline for growing rice.
Her husband is in the picture with her.
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