Both works very hard to meet the basic needs of the family. Robina’s son is just one year of age. She wants to give him quality education; that’s why she wants to save some money for his bright future. She wants to improve her embroidery business and for this purpose she has applied for a loan from Asasah. With the help of a loan, she will buy embroidery materials such as cloth, beads and colored thread in bulk which will help her to make a larger quantity of embroidered dresses of good quality.
She has been doing this business for the past five years and she knows very well about different fashion trends. She is very sure that she can succeed in her business by making an investment into it.
This is the first time she has applied for a loan from any MFI and she is very much hopeful that this will prove successful for her business and will continue to a long-term relationship with Asasah.
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