She works very hard to earn money for her family and also provides full support to her brother financially. She takes orders from different bakery shops in the market and fulfills them by providing them with finished goods like biscuits, cakes, bread, etc.
She has applied for a loan from Kiva partner, Asasah, because she wants to buy flour, sugar, ghee and other bakery ingredients in bulk quantity. This will allow her to expand her business and increase her sales and profits. She has operated her business for many years and is very confident that this investment will help her to earn more profits and save more for the future marriage of her daughters.
Note: In the photo, the lady holding the Asasah passbook is Robina.
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