Gulzaran is a very hardworking lady and values the hard working people. She packs the salt in salt bags and earns income. She collects the order from retailer who paid her Pak Rs. 5000 per month. Her income allows her to pay the education expenses of her children. Her family members and the people in community respect her a lot.
Her husband name is M. A. who deals with vegetables. He purchased the seasonal vegetables from vegetable markets and sells to the required customers and earns income. They both save a part of their income for their kids’ future.
This is the third loan Gulzaran has had with Asasah (a microfinance institute of Pakistan). She will be used to buy vegetables to enhance her husband’s vegetable selling business.
She has three other ladies in her loan group. Zarina wants a loan to buy animals (goats) for her animal selling business. Jamila wants a loan to buy vegetables to resell. Rehana baji wants a loan to buy fertilizer to sell.
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