Mrs. Vorn P. is a widow in Kdey Tnaut village in Takeo province. She makes Khmer cake and sells it for a little money in order to support her family. Aside from this business, she is a farmer who owns a small piece of land to cultivate rice.
On her plantation, she faces an obstacle, because she has an ox that cannot plow her field. In order to plow the rice field, Mrs. Vorn P. decided to request a loan to buy an ox to use with to the old one for plowing.
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