N. and his eldest son sell blankets to various places in the community. They also sell in different cities such as Islamabad and Lahore, where people buy blankets in advance of the winter season. N. has been doing this business for over twenty years, but his son joined him in his business five years ago.
Suraiya is also a very hard working lady. She stays at home and manages the household chores, but she also operates her own sewing business. Her clientele base is her neighbors. She receives orders from them and earns a good income from the business.
Suraiya has taken three loans from ASASAH and successfully repaid them. She has maintained good credit behavior. Now she is applying for the fourth loan so she can expand the business of her husband.
With the loan he will buy more blankets and increase his sales.
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