Bushra Perveen's Group
Bushra is 39 years old and a caring lady who stays at home to manage the household chores. She also helps her husband in arranging his towels and handkerchiefs in an appropriate way so he finds them easily to meet the orders of his customers.
Bushra has four sons and two daughters. Two of her sons are illiterate and operate their businesses separately. Her other two sons are receiving an education and are in 2nd and 5th standard respectively. Her two daughters are also attending school and study in grade 7th and 10th standard.
Bushra lives with her family members in a small house of two rooms. She has converted her house into a home with her excellent management qualities.
Bushra has applied for a loan from Asasah for her husband who wants to expand his business of selling towels and handkerchiefs. With the loan amount he will buy towels and handkerchiefs in bulk and increase his sales. Bushra is hopeful that her husband will be able to improve his business with this loan investment.
This is a Group Loan
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