Razia’s husband wants to expand his business by buying more electric tools so that both he and her son will be able to serve for more customers. Presently, they both use the same tools resulting in one of them having to wait for the other to be finished with the tools.. Razia is hopeful that they will be able to successfully upgrade their business and improve the family’s financial condition. She is in her second loan cycle and is a responsible loan user of Asasah.
Note: In this photo, Razia is showing one of her dress which she sews by herself.
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