Razia has four sons and a daughter. Her eldest son left his education and started working. He is a bus conductor. The other two are enrolled in a local school getting their education.
Razia has applied for a loan from Kiva's partner, Asasah, for her husband who wants to buy scrap to fulfill the demands of his clients. With the loan, he will buy scrap such as used paper, plastic bottles, etc. He has been operating this business for the past many years and is well known among his clients for his good work. Razia hopes that an investment will bring positive financial changes to his business and will help her family to live a better financial life as a result.
Razia is a regular loan user of Asasah and this is her second loan application. In previous years, she has established good credit behavior and never missed any meeting. In the photo, the lady with a book (an Asasah passbook) is Razia.
This is a Group Loan
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