Her husband runs a grocery shop in the nearby market. He has been in this business for over three years. Earlier, his shop was the only shop who dealt with groceries, but now he is facing two more grocery shops in front of him, which can affect his selling. That’s why Razia has applied for a loan from Asasah, so her husband put the groceries in his shop and able to fulfill the demands of his customers on their asking.
Razia owns a small house of two rooms and is living in it with her family. She is a caring lady and carries out her responsibilities of a housewife effectively. She is hopeful that this investment will bring the positive change to her husband’s business and he will be able to better manage the clientele base.
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