Rehana works in the fruit and vegetable market to support her family financially. She sells vegetables and seasonal fruits there to contribute financially to her family.
Her husband sells milk; he has been in that business for the past ten years. He puts milk in milk jars and uses his motorbike to deliver it to door to door.
Rehana has applied for a loan from Asasah for her husband, who wants to buy a buffalo to increase milk production. She is very confident that a new young buffalo will be a great addition to the business of her husband and he will be able to sell a larger quantity of milk, which will obviously makes him more income.
Rehana has a plan to construct a room for the cattle so her husband keeps his buffalos in there. She is hopeful that increased profits will help her achieve her plan to keep the buffalos safe from heat and rain.
She is a regular user of Asasah. She is in her 3rd loan cycle and has always paid installments on time and proved to be a very responsible client.
Note: In this photo, Rehana is showing her vegetables happily.
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