Mussarat is a vigorous and skillful lady. She involves in a decorative embroider business. She learned this art from her mother. She never got education because she always paid attention on this work. Her mother teaches her about all the techniques used in this work, which means that today, she is getting quite good!
She does this work for two reasons first is she loves her work and second is she wants to share the financial burden of her husband. She is acquiring for a loan of worth Pak Rs. 25,000 with which she will purchase the material such as (beads, colored thread, sketches and clothes) to generate more income.
She has four other ladies in her loan group. Najma wants a loan to buy clothes for her clothes selling business. Zeenat and Azra each want a loan to buy buffalos for their milk selling business. Shazia wants a loan to buy seasonal fruits for her fruit selling business.
This is a Group Loan
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