Total loan: $675


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Multan, Punjab, Pakistan / Food

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A loan helped to invest in her son's grocery shop by buying items like packs of biscuits, chocolates, oil, rice, chips and noodles.

Farzana's story

Farzana is a 46-year-old woman and the mother of six children and lives in a small rented house in the village area of Multan. Farzan’s son is running a grocery store and has been conducting this business for three years.

To have additional capital for her son’s business, she would like to acquire a loan again that will be used in buying more quantities of grocery items like rice, soda, chips, biscuits, oil, Slanty [snack] etc. The loan to be borrowed will be a big help to her son’s business and she is looking forward to seeing it grow in the next years because of your help.

This is Farzana’s fourth loan with BRAC Pakistan. She is thankful to Kiva, all lenders and BRAC Pakistan