She is the mother of seven sons. She couldn’t provide an education to her elder sons, but now they have started doing work and through their financial support, she has been able to enroll her three younger sons in school. She wishes that they could complete their education and make their future bright and never suffer the same problems their elder brothers have faced in their lives.
Her husband, G. N., is involved in selling bakery items. He collects orders from different bakeries and supplies them the baked items such as fruit cakes, bread, biscuits, etc., to earn an income for the family.
Nasreen has applied for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for the improvement of her husband’s business. He will buy bakery items in bulk with the loan and fulfill his larger orders on time.
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