Mr. Mey, 47, is the head of family, and lives in Dongkor Commune of Phnom Penh. Being responsible for a big family, he always decides how to earn more money in his family. He and his wife are interested in making a business as a chicken meat seller in one of the markets near the house.
In helping the family in improvement, his wife works as hard as her husband everyday. As they both work harder, they can earn $6 per day. Additionally, they have four children, two of whom are working as sewing factory workers and another one is working as a garment factory worker in Phnom Penh.
He is asking for a loan to purchase a lot of chickens for selling. He wishes to enlarge his current house, and to support his kids to finish their highest degrees.
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