She will use the loan money for purchasing a new sewing machine, which will help her complete orders on time and make more income.
She is 28 years old and a confident person who is very much hopeful that an investment will bring more profits to her and she will be able to enroll her second daughter, who is now 7, in school in the near future.
She is the mother of three daughters; her eldest daughter is enrolled in the local school and is getting her education. Her husband's name is A. A.; he works in a factory for a low income.
She belongs to Khanewal, which is a small city of Pakistan known for its agriculture industry. She owns a two-room brick house and lives in it with her family.
Note: In the photo, the lady with the book called the Asasah Passbook is Shahla.
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