Sughran and her husband have three sons. The oldest makes a living selling milk and yogurt from a shop in the local market and the other two are still in school. She has applied for a loan which her husband will use to buy fresh seasonal fruits in bulk from wholesale markets. She believes that this loan will help her husband earn more money and operate his business more efficiently.
For the last nine years, Sughran and her family have lived in a two-room brick house in a small city named Khanewal. She is a member of Asasah and this is her third loan request. She paid her previous loans on time.
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