Mrs. Kei U. is 28 years old, married, and lives in Daeum Rumdael village, Takeo province. She and her husband, Mr. Met Morn, are farmers who own 1.30 hectares of land and a plowing machine to support their farming. In order to support this farm, Mrs. Kei U. decided to ask for a loan to bU. gasoline, pesticide and to pay for rental of a water machine. Aside from farming, Mr. Met Morn is also a plowing machine driver who is able to earn a small income to support his family. This couple has two children who are too young to study or work. Her husband appears in the photo with her.
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