She is thirty-seven years old and lives in a small house with her family. She is the mother of a son and a daughter. Both are illiterate and her son has a fruit-selling business.
Suraiya supports her family by making and selling artificial flowers. She is very skillful in her art and earns a good income every month. Her husband sells seasonal fruits and works in the fruit market.
Suraiya’s husband wants to increase his income by improving his fruit selling business for which he needs investment. Therefore, Suraiya has applied for a loan from Asasah to invest in her husband’s fruit selling business. She is confident that her husband will make positive use of the loan money and will be able to increase his income.
Suraiya’s daughter is getting older and she wants to marry her within a year. She hopes that increased profits will help her do so.
Suraiya is in her 4th loan cycle and is a responsible loan user of Asasah. In her previous years of loan experience, she has maintained good credit behavior and never missed any meetings.
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