This is the second time Mrs. Both P. has asked for a loan in order to improve her business activity. She lives in Ponlai Village in Kampong Chhnang Province.
She is a tailor who processes cloth into dresses. Since this business is going well, she decided to ask for a loan to buy more fabric to meet the needs of her customers.
Her husband, Mr. Vann Sarann, is a high school teacher who can make $50 per month.
Mrs. Both P. is 29 years old and the mother of three children, one of whom is enrolled in the local school while the others are too young to work or study. Previously, Mrs. Both P. obtained a loan to buy piglets for breeding and she has fully paid it back.
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