She helps her husband financially by doing embroidery works. She has hired a worker who collects orders for her and she completes orders on time to earn a profit. She has been doing this work for over 18 years and has much experience in this field. She has also started selling bangles recently, which has started making her good profits also.
She lives with her family in a small house of two rooms. She has minimized her expenses to survive financially but she wants her family to have a better standard of living.
She has applied for a loan from Asasah for her embroidery business. With the loan amount, she will buy embroidery material in bulk that will help her to improve her business condition. She is a new loan user of Asasah and she hopes that this step will prove successful for her business.
Note: In this photo, Mussarat is wearing the bangles in her group member Samina's hand.
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