She is a very helpful person by nature and always ready to help her family in difficult times. Her husband's name is M. A.. He operates a livestock business. He buys animals (goats & cows), raises them and then sells them.
Wallan herself is a housewife who prefers to stay at home and do housework. She also supports her husband in running his livestock business. She takes care of his cattle by giving them food and water and by keeping their place clean. She is the mother of 3 sons. Her eldest son is a daily wage laborer, her second oldest helps his father in his business, and her third son is 15 and stays at home.
Wallan couldn’t provide an education to her children due to poor financial conditions. She has applied for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah to help her husband who wants to buy some goats for selling at a good profit. He has been operating this business for past 11 years and Wallan is confident that he will be able to take his business to a better position with the help of a loan.
She is a new loan user and this is her first loan application to Asasah. She hopes that it will be a profitable experience for her family.
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