Chanthoen C. is a farmer who owns a plot of land where she cultivates both rice and vegetables. However, she does not have enough resources to grow the vegetables and, in order to deal with this problem, she has asked for a loan to buy vegetable seed, fertilizer, and gasoline to pump water to the field. Her husband, Mr Suon Samnang (shown on the left of the photo), is a fisherman and also helps his wife in her work.
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