Mrs. Noa R. is a farmer in Phnom Rontas Village in the Takeo Province. Mrs. Noa R. is 37 years old and the mother of five children, four of whom are attending the local school while the youngest one is only five years old. Her husband, Mr. Bun Chun, owns a small farm where he raises ducks. He does not have enough money to buy duck food so Noa is requesting a loan to purchase the duck food for her husband's business. Any remaining money would be used to buy fertilizers to support her field. Her husband is shown on the left of the photo.
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