Goghi lives in Sahiwal which is famous for its cow species and agriculture industry. She lives there in a two-room brick house with her brother and his family. She has a five-year-old son who also lives with her and has not started his education yet. Besides her business, Goghi also takes care of household responsibilities and her son.
Goghi has applied for a loan from Kiva's partner, Asasah, for the expansion of her jewelry business. With the loan, she will buy materials such as beads, wires and glue for making jewelry in bulk quantity. This will help her offer more variety to her clients and make more profits. Goghi started her business 12 years ago and it is working very well for her. She won't leave this work and her marriage as well. She offers her jewelry at cheaper rates – that’s why she has a good number of clients.
Goghi is hopeful that a loan investment will help her make larger profits and she will be able to start saving some money every month for her son’s education. She is a regular loan user of Asasah and this is her fourth loan application. In previous loan years, she has responsibly made her payments and never gave any chance of complaints.
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