Nawaz Sabra's Group
A very talented lady, Nawaz operates a Parandas (an accessory used by women to tie back their hair) making business. The parandas are a very famous ornament of Pakistan. She can make every type of parandas such as of beaded, colorful and simple as well. Her parandas are very famous in her community. She also loves to wear them.
Her husband is a driver and drives a rickshaw, which is a local three-wheeled motor vehicle. He earns 500 PKR from his driving every day. They both use their income to manage their financial expenses and to improve the living standard of their family.
Nawaz is applying for a loan for the second time from Asasah, to invest the capital in her own business so she can purchase materials (beads and threads) in bulk and expand her business.
She hopes to get profit from this loan and wants to introduce her business on larger scale.
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