She is very skillful and is very creative minded. Her creativity helps her to make different designs of clothes for her clients.
Her husband has a job and earns a low income, which is not enough for the whole family. That is why Safia started her business a few years ago. Now she has a good number of clients in her community who gives her regular orders every month.
She is the mother of a son and a daughter. Her son studied until 8th and is now looking for a job while her daughter is only 9 months old.
Safia is confident that a loan investment will help her earn more profits from her business and she will be able to save some profits for the future of her children.
Note: In the photo, the lady holding a book (called Asasah Passbook) is Safia.
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