Mr. Pheach C. lives in Dei Eth Koh Phous village in Kandal province. He is a cook who has been hired by people for weddings, ceremonies, parties, and so on. His wife, Mrs. Sar Thuok, is a farmer who owns a piece of land and cultivates vegetables. However, she faces an obstacle because her field is infertile, which badly affects her crops. In order to deal with this problem, Mr. Pheach C. decided to ask for a loan to purchase fertilizer to make the vegetables more productive. He is a 64-year-old father of three children, two of whom are farmers while the other works for a company. His wife is shown in the picture with him.
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