Total loan: $400


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Multan, Punjab, Pakistan / Arts

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A loan helped to buy a power loom and materials, such as cotton fabrics in different colors, for her bed sheet making business.

Razia's story

Attention to detail, dedication, and passion for her work are what drive Razia to succeed. She is a 36-year-old woman who operates a business, weaving traditional bed sheets. Razia is a power loom worker by profession because she wanted to help her husband support the family and meet their household expenses. She works every day for the sake of her family, who live in a community in Multan, Pakistan. She is working hard to develop their businesses and living at the same time. She earns a limited income to cover the needs and expenses of her six children. Nothing is more important to Razia than her six children. That is why she is always seeking to develop her business. Her main source of income is her business weaving traditional clothes. In order to continue her success, she is now requesting a loan from KIVA’s field partner BRAC Pakistan, which she will invest in buying a power loom and materials, such as cotton fabrics in different colors. Razia and her family will be thankful to the KIVA, its lenders and field partner BRAC Pakistan for helping them by funding this loan to improve their living standard.