A loan of $225 helped to make laces for garments.

Nazia's story

Miss Nazia is 28 years old and she is unmarried. She has four members in her family. Her mother is an old lady and accompanies her during her meetings with vendors and workers in different cities, her brother is disabled, and her younger sister is studying in ninth grade.

Nazia works very hard to provide for her family. She is running her business of making laces for garments in Lahore, Pakistan. She collects the orders from the market and gets this work done by freelance workers by providing them with required raw material according to demand for the product.

She has requested a 20,000 Pakistan Rupee (PKR) loan for purchase of raw material, e.g., cloth, ribbons, thread, artificial pearls, etc. for making new styles of laces.

Nazia has applied for this first-time loan from Kashf Foundation. She has good contacts in the market and she can expand this business subject to availability of capital.

Nazia has a strong motive to build and expand her business to secure the financial stability of her family.

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