Faiz Ilahi Khadim Hussain Group
Aneela baji wants a loan to buy sanitary supplies (taps, pipes) to sell.
Ayesha baji wants a loan to buy material (beads, colored thread and clothes) for her embroidery business.
Parveen akhtar baji wants a loan to buy groceries for her grocery shop.
My name is Faiz ilahi and I have belonged to a city named Vehari, Pakistan, for the past fifteen years. I am an uneducated lady and I don’t feel hesitation to mention it, but I know the skills of embroidering clothes. This art encourages me to start my own embroidered clothes business. I started taking order from the clothes shops and earn income. I use my income as of need.
My husband’s name is K. H. and he deals with his clothes-selling business. He buys clothes from the city Multan because, in it, the clothes prices are very low. Then he sells those clothes to the community and earns income. I am applying for a loan to increase the profit of my husband’s clothes-selling business.
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