Mrs. Channeary T., of Yok Bath Village in Kandal Province, is a 47-year-old widow with six children, one of whom is a tailor while another is employed in a garment factory. The third child is attending school while the remaining three are of preschool age.
Since her business as a vegetable seller in the local market is doing well, Mrs. Channeary T. is asking for a loan to purchase more vegetables to resell.
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