With this loan investment, Aimna's son will buy shutter material such as bamboos and ladders in larger quantity. That will allow him to make more profit by providing better services to his clients.
Aimna also works. She has a milk selling business which she operates from her home. She provides good quality milk to her clients at low rates which helps her financially support her family. She is very confident that her son's business will be improved after investing the loan into it.
Aimna is widow and lives with her only son. She wants him to marry in the near future. She hopes that an improved income will help her save some profit for that purpose.
In the photo, the lady holding a book (called Asasah Passbook) is Aimna.
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