Shazia herself is a working woman and also performs her responsibilities of a wife and a mother very well. She operates a clothing sales business. Besides her work, she has a set routine to get up early in the morning to ready her kids for school and prepare breakfast. She makes the utmost effort to provide comfort to her family by fulfilling their needs.
She operates the clothing sales business to supplement the income for her family. Her husband works in a private company for a monthly wage. The additional income helps Shazia afford the education expenses of her children and the utilities expenses.
She has requested for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for her clothing sales business. She will invest the loan to buy clothing in larger quantity for selling. She is hopeful that her business will bring better financial results for her business from this loan investment.
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