Bushra herself is a very talented lady. She works as a seamstress for her community clients. She sews designer and non-designer dresses easily. Her clients are very satisfied with her work and during her working years she never receives any complaint from her clients. She uses her earnings to pay off the utilities.
Bushra's husband is a loader by profession. He loads different items such as fruits & vegetables and construction supplies on his donkey cart and delivers the items to their destinations. He is very honest and committed to his work. Bushra has requested for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for her husband’s business. He will invest the loan in buying a new donkey cart because his current cart has become old and rotten from traveling through different areas. Bushra is hopeful that the new cart will allow her husband to get more orders and increase his income.
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