She is a mother of three children: one son and two daughters. Her elder son is 18 years old and works with his father. Her elder daughter is 15 years old and reads in 10th standard. Her younger daughter is 12 years old and reads in 7th standard.
Her husband's name is M. S.. He runs a sanitary supplies selling business. His shop is located in the market. Naheed supports him by preparing decorative embroidered clothes. She gets orders from her neighbors, and from the cloth shops as well, and generates a good income.
She is a regular client of Asasah (a microfinance institute in Pakistan). She is applying for a loan for the fourth time to purchase the sanitary supplies, such as (taps, water pipes) in bulk, to expand her husband’s business.
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