Ruqaiya Parveen's Group
Her husband's name is M. I. and he is a trained cook. He sells Punjabi foods such as (Dahi Bhalay and Daal Chawal) in the main market. He began selling these products in 2005.
Ruqaiya is asking for a loan from Asasah (a microfinance institute in Pakistan) to purchase cooking oil, spices, lentils and rice. This loan will help grow her husband’s food business and keep his customers satisfied.
This is a Group Loan
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