Nasreen is married to F. E., who has a business selling spare parts. He operates a small shop in the nearby market where he sells spare parts for different vehicles to earn an income for his family. He has been doing this business for over seven years. He sells spare parts of every quality and of every price so every kind of customer can approach him easily to buy them.
Nasreen has applied for a loan from Asasah for her husband’s business. With the loan, he will buy spare parts in large quantity which enable him to increase his clientele and generate a good profit. She hopes that this investment will prove beneficial for her husband’s business and result in her family being able to have better facilities in life.
In the photo, Nasreen is the lady who holds a book (it’s her Asasah passbook) in her hand.
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