Nusrat has three sons and two daughters. Her sons have left their education and started doing different kind of works to financially contribute to the family and her daughters are studying in a local school.
Nusrat is also a very good housewife and performs her household duties very well. She has applied for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for her eldest son who is involved in making wooden ladders. With the loan, he will buy wood, nails etc in larger quantity to make ladders in larger quantity to sell to his customers and increase his profits. He has good experience in his work and has been operating it for the past five years. Nusrat is hopeful that an investment will help him grow his business further and increase his monthly income.
She is a regular loan user of Asasah and this is her second loan application. She has established a good credit record in her previous loan and never missed any meeting.
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