Her husband's name is M. H., and he runs a grocery shop in the nearby market. His shop is a popular one in the area due to his excellent products and quality services.
Bashiran is a seamstress. She sews clothes for her neighbors/clients. She has been running this business for the last seven years and is very popular among her clients due to the quality of her work and the timely delivery of her finished goods. Both Bashiran and M. H. use their incomes for household expenses. They are also able to save money for rainy days.
Bashiran has applied for a loan for her husband’s business. With the loan amount he will buy groceries such as cooking oil, spices, lentils, and candies for his grocery shop.
Bashiran is hopeful that this investment will be a good one for her husband’s business and that he will be able to increase his income.
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