Mrs. Savoen P. is the group leader. She is 47 years old and the mother of seven children. One of her children is employed at a company and three of them help with farming. The remaining three attend the local school. She owns a 1 hectare field, on which she cultivates rice for a living. She is facing a small problem because her pump cannot pump enough water for the crops and needs to be repaired. In order to deal with this problem, she is asking for a loan to fix her pump. Her husband, Mr. Nuk Yan, helps his wife with the farm.
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