Naseem's husband sells vegetables in the vegetable market and also sells milk. He has a dairy cow at home. He takes its milk every day in the morning and sells to his community clients at low prices. The quality of milk he provides to his customers is very good, and that is why he has a good number of customers.
Naseem is a seamstress, as well as an embroidery expert. She loves her profession and learned the art of embroidery and sewing from her mother before she was married. She now earns a good income by using these skills, which helps her pay for her children's school fees. She also provides full support to her husband in his milk selling business and takes care of the business in his absence.
Naseem has applied for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for the further improvement of her family business of selling cow milk. With the loan, she will buy another dairy cow, which will allow her to get a larger quantity of milk for selling and to increase her profits. Naseem has been operating this milk selling business along with her husband for many years and is very confident about its continued success after the loan.
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