Razia lives in Faisalabad, Pakistan, a city famous for its textile industry. She lives there in a 2-room brick house in the area of Ghulamabad. She moved here after her marriage 20 years ago to A. B..
Her husband works for a private company for a very small income. For that reason, Razia started her business to help share the financial burden with him. They have 7 children, but due to financial reasons only 3 of them are able to get an education.
Razia has been operating her business for the past 4 years and is very confident that she will be able to improve the living standards for her family by expanding her business. She is a new loan user of Asasah and this is her first loan application.
Note: In the photo, the lady with the raised hand is Razia.
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