Mrs. Chhum S. is a 47-year-old widow with a child who is attending school. Mrs. S. is asking for a second loan to improve her business. Previously, Mrs. Chhum S. obtained a loan to buy sticky rice to make cakes and she has paid it back.
Mrs. Chhum S. is a Khmer cake maker in Yok Bath Village in Kandal Province, Cambodia. She now faces a small problem because she does not have the milling tool that mills flour for the cakes. To improve her business, Mrs. Chhum S. is asking for a loan to buy the milling tool.
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