Mrs. Nhem M. is a villager in Preak Ta Ong Ti Pie Village in Kandal Province. She is 35 years old and the mother of three children, two of whom are attending school while the other is too young. Her husband, Mr. Thorn Tha, is a motorbike taxi driver who can make a small income to support his family. She is a fruit seller in the local market. Since her business is going well, she wants to expand it so she asks for a loan to buy different kinds of fruit to meet her customers' demand. Mrs. Nhem M. and her husband are shown in the picture.
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