Anwar Muhammad Noor Group
Razia baji wants a loan to buy embroidery material (colored thread, clothes and beads) for her decorative-embroidery business.
Naseem baji wants a loan to buy a sewing machine for sewing clothes.
Nasreen baji wants a loan to buy a lathe.
Anwar baji belongs to a conservative family. Her society was against educating girls and her parents were forced to conform. She feels being deprived of knowledge a blessing but she decided that this shouldn’t happen to her children. She has two children: one son and one daughter. Her children are very happy with her. Anwar baji operates a business sewing clothes to pay her children’s school fees.
Anwar baji married M. N. who is a salesman and sells bakery items. She is applying for a loan to buy bakery items (biscuits & chips) wholesale so that her husband is able to sell them to the grocery shops and increase his profit.
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