Her husband works in a private company. His income is not enough to cover the basic needs of the family that’s why, a few years ago, Rehana started sewing clothes for her neighboring clients. She learnt this art from her mother and has become an expert after considerable practice. She is a very responsible person. As a mother she is also taking care of her family very well.
She has applied for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for her sewing business. With the loan, she will buy a new sewing machine because her old machine doesn’t produce quality work and takes a lot of time to sew a single dress. The new machine will help her complete orders on time and make more profit. She hopes that the investment will bring positive changes to her business and improve her financial position. She is a new loan applicant and this is her first loan application through Asasah.
Note: In the photo, the lady with a raised hand is Rehana.
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