I belong to KRK, a small semi urban in Pakistan. I am a mother of five girls and four boys. Four of my kids are married including three girls and one boy. I am borrowing for my milk sales business; I sell milk to various milkmen in my town who come to my house to collect milk. With my share of loan I plan to buy an additional dairy cow. My income has increased substantially over the past four years since I am the member at Asasah. My business grew and I was able to save enough money to buy a piece of land.
This is a Group Loan
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