Her husband is a painter by profession and paints walls, ceilings, and houses on order. He makes deals with building and house owners and completes their work in the set time to earn an income for the family. Her brother is a scrap dealer. He operates a scrap shop in the market, and support Mumtaz financially through his earnings. Mumtaz supports her family by selling paper envelopes. She receives orders from different stationary shops and fulfills the orders on time. Besides her business, she has also proved herself to be a very good housewife, who takes care of her household responsibilities very well.
She has applied for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for her brother who will buy scrap, such as used paper and plastic bottles, for his scrap business and make more income by increasing his sales. Mumtaz is hopeful that investing her loan money in her brother’s business will make him stand on his own feet and that his income will also be increased. She is a new loan user of Asasah and hopes it will be a profitable experience for her.
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