Kubra’s husband S. M. is in the animal selling business. He purchases young cows and goats, raises them, and sells them for a good profit. He has loyal customers because of his deep knowledge of animal breeding which was passed on from his father who was also in the same trade. He has been in this field for over ten years.
Kubra has applied for a loan from Asasah for her husband so he can buy more cows and goats to sell. Kubra is hopeful that this investment will prove beneficial for her husband and he will be able to do very well with it.
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