Zarina’s husband operates a donkey cart and provides loading facilities to his customers. He is still very active at the age of 55 and provides quality services to his clients by dropping their goods at designated places. Zarina is the mother of four children. Her second son has a furniture sales business while her third son is an electrician by profession. Her daughter is eight years old and stays at home. Zarina wanted to educate her children but she was not able to do so due to financial constraints.
Her eldest son started his business six months ago. Zarina is confident that a loan investment will help him increase his profits and improve the financial condition of his business.
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