Kosar and her husband are both very talented and hardworking persons. They are both involved in a football-making business. They stitch footballs and they receive orders from the factories. They complete the orders by doing a lot of struggling to generate income for the family. From the earnings, they run the financial circle and pay off the utilities and school fees of their children.
Kosar has applied for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for their business. They will invest the loan in buying a football stitching machine, which will help them in receiving larger orders and fulfilling them on time. They are very hopeful that their business will be expanded further and they will be able to increase their client-base and be able to make their income double in size.
Note: "One of the members has a sewing business, that's why she is showing it in the picture".
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