Kaneez Fatima's Group
She has a business of making thread rolls. She gets thread from old, warm clothes such as sweaters and sells to different thread dealers at the market to earn a good income. She started doing this work when she moved to Kasur. She does this work to help her husband financially.
Kaneez has given birth to a son who is just 8 years old and studying in 3rd class.
She has applied for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for the improvement of her thread-roll business. With the loan, she will buy warm clothes such as sweaters in a bulk quantity and get thread from them for selling.
She hopes that through this investment, her income will double in size and she will gradually take her business toward success.
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