A loan of $500 helped to buy thread and beads for her paranda-making business.

Azra's story

Azra baji is the wife of M. S. who owes a two-room brick house and has been living in it with her family for the past 15 years. She operates a paranda-making business. A paranda is an item used to tie the hair tightly. Women of Pakistan use them to tie their hair. Azra baji learned this art from her mother.

Azra baji prepares different kinds of parandas, e.g. embroidered and simple. She makes them from thread. Azra baji is applying for a loan to buy material (thread and beads) to increase her profit.

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