In order to support her family financially, she sells goats and sheep to butchers on order. She purchases these animals from the animal market when they are young. She grows them up by providing them food and then sells to butchers and during the EID festival.
She also operates a clothes-sewing business. She learned the art of sewing from her mother before marriage and now she earns reasonably good income by utilizing her skills.
She has applied for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for the further expansion of her animal sales business. With the loan investment, she will buy goats and sheep for selling.
She has been operating her business for many years and is very confident that an investment will help her improve her business further.
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