Her husband is a mason by profession and constructs houses and buildings on order. He is 60 years old and has been doing his business since his teens.
Hanifaan is the mother of three sons and two daughters. Due to financial constraints, she couldn’t educate her children. Her sons work while her daughters stay at home and help Hanifaan in her daily routine tasks.
She has applied for a loan for her eldest son who is a mason. With the loan investment, he will buy masonry tools to provide better quality masonry services to his clients and increase his income.
He has been operating his business for the past many years, and Hanifaan is hopeful that an investment will help him earn better profits.
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