She is supportive by nature, and she shares the family's financial burden with her husband by making shoes. Zeenat receives orders from different shoe stores and fulfills them to earn a profit. Her husband, M. Y., sells fruit from his four-wheeled cart.
Zeenat has 11 children. Due to poor financial conditions, she hasn't been able to provide an education to her children. Two of her sons do private jobs; the third drives a rickshaw. Her fourth son is a tailor. The other children stay at home and don't work.
Zeenat has applied for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for her shoe-making business because she has a large order to fulfill. With the loan, she will buy leather, shoelaces, nails, shoe polish and other supplies to make shoes to fulfill the orders. She has been in this business for more than 9 years. She is hopeful that this loan will enable her to fulfill the orders on time and build a positive image with her clients by providing quality service.
She is a regular loan user of Asasah and this is her 5th loan application. In previous loans, she maintained good credit and never missed a meeting.
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