She is a very talented lady. She makes embroidered dresses to supplement her household income. She collects orders from her neighborhood clients and fulfills them on time. Her earning allows her to pay for the utilities. Her husband runs a small business in the market where he offers different kinds of food such as Nan chanay and Biryani and tea to his customers.
Hanifan lives with her in-laws. Her mother-in-law is a very active elderly lady and makes bread. Hanifan has given birth to a son and a daughter who are studying in 9th and 6th standard respectively.
She has applied for a loan for her husband’s business. With the loan amount, he will buy required items such as lentils, cooking oil, rice and spices for his business.
Hanifan has a good reputation in her family and is known as a 'helpful woman' because of her helpful nature; she is always ready to support her family in every possible way.
She is hopeful that with the loan amount, her husband’s business conditions will get better and her family will be able to enjoy better standard of living. She is in her 2nd loan cycle and is a very responsible Asasah loan user. She has maintained good credit behavior and has never missed a meeting.
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