This is the second time Mrs. Sang S. has asked for a loan to improve her living conditions. She is a farmer, and her husband, Mr. Teng Channy, is a cow and pig breeder in Kraing Sromor Village in Kampong Chhnang Province. They have two children, one of whom is enrolled in school while the other one is too young to work or study.
Although Mrs. Sang S. and her husband have different businesses, they still live in an old house and in poor conditions. In order to improve Mrs. Sang S.'s standard of living, she decided to ask for a loan to build a new house for her household. Previously, Mrs. Sang S. had obtained a loan to buy piglets for breeding and she has fully paid it back.,
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