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A loan of $1,200 helped to purchase a rice threshing machine.

Torn's story

Mrs. Torn E. and her husband, Mr. Korn Kim, live in a small village along National Road Number 5, about 20 kilometers from Phnom Penh. They have been married since 1969 and have five children: four sons and one daughter. Two of their sons are married and live outside the family home, one is a farmer and the other son attends school. Their daughter is a garment factory worker. Torn is not in the photo, her husband was available instead.

Torn is a farmer; she grows rice on her farmland. Mr. Korn Kim has been a fisherman since 1979. He catches fish in the river near his house and sells the fish in his village. She is asking for a loan of $1,200 to purchase a rice threshing machine to use when harvesting season comes.

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