Her son has studied till 5th standard but couldn’t study further due to financial constraints. He is a very hardworking child. He has started helping his parents in their milk-selling business at a very early age. Now he fully supports them with getting milk from the buffalo. He is now twenty-one years old. He also helps them in taking care of the business. Presently, they have three buffaloes and he takes care of them to make sure they are giving high quality and good quantity milk.
Ameeran's home is medium-sized and she has fixed up a small area for the cattle. She has applied for a loan for the first time from Asasah for her son. With the loan amount he will buy another buffalo and start his own milk-selling business. His mother is hopeful that he will be able to improve the family business by generating good income from it.
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