Mr. Chhunmeng M. was born in 1961, and he now lives in Choeung Wat village in Kampong Cham province. He is a nurse at the Provincial Health Care Center. His wife, Mrs. Yun Kim Yan, sells medicines. Since Mr. Chhunmeng M. has a lot of patients, he decided to ask for a loan to purchase more medicines to sell them for an income. He hopes to increase his income and provide a better life for his family. He is the father of three children, two of whom stay at home to do housework while the other attends the local school. His wife is shown on the right of picture.
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