Zahra and her husband are very cooperative with each other. They are involved in a sewing business. She sews ladies' clothes on order while her husband sews gents' clothes on order. In this way, they collect good orders from their customers and earn a good income after completing the orders on time.
Zahra is relatively new to the sewing business, while her husband has been operating this business for more than 5 years. In these years, he has obtained a good reputation among his clients.
Zahra has requested a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for her husband’s sewing business. He will use the loan to buy a new sewing machine and will hire an assistant to receive more orders and boost the earning profits of the business.
Zahra is very confident that their business will be improved a lot with the loan investment.
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