Zarina is very supportive by nature and makes handkerchiefs. She sells these handkerchiefs to different stores in the city for reasonably good profits. Zarina is very caring and started her business because her husband was not able to afford the living expenses of their family.
She is the mother of five children. Her elder son is married and also a driver by profession. Both of her daughters help her make handkerchiefs and her two other sons are students.
Zarina is a new loan applicant and very hopeful that her husband will be able to improve his income and that she will save some profits every month for her daughter’s marriage.
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