She has 5 sons and a daughter. He three elder sons also do embroidery work. They learned this art from their mother and operate a shop in the market. Her 2 younger sons are studying while her daughter stays at home. She is illiterate and didn’t get an education. She also spends her time managing the household chores.
Sakina has applied for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for the improvement of her embroidery business. With the loan she will buy an embroidery machine which will help her finish her work in less time and make more money. She has been doing this business for past 6 years and she is confident that a loan investment will give a big boost to her business.
She is a regular loan user of Asasah and this is her 4th loan application. She has maintained a good credit behavior in previous loan years.
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