Rukhsana is married and her husband operates a grocery store in their home, selling daily-use items like spices, sugar, cooking oils, etc. Rukhsana is the mother of a young son who also works.
Rukhsana provides support to her husband in her free time. She helps him operate his grocery store and serves his clients. She is requesting a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for her husband, who, with the help of the loan, will purchase groceries in bulk, which will allow him to fulfill client orders on time and increase his profits.
Rukhsana's husband has been operating his business for 10 years, and Rukhsana is hopeful that an investment will help him make his business more profitable.
Note: In the photo, the lady raising her hand is Rukhsana.
This is a Group Loan
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