Mr. Chita S. is 40 years old and lives in Smaong Village in Takeo Province. He and his wife, Mrs. Srytouch Cheng, are farmers who own 1.50 hectares of land upon which they cultivate rice. He is also a cow middleman, earning additional income to support the family. Chita is now requesting a loan to buy ten piglets and pig food for pig breeding in order to improve the family's living standard. This couple has three children, all students in the local school.
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