A loan of $950 helped a member to purchase plastic utensils to sell.

Nagina Parveen's Group's story

Nagina Parveen is from the city of Multan in Pakistan, famous for its shrines and sweetmeats. She is 51 years old, married, and has four children – two sons and two daughters. Her younger son works in a local factory for a monthly wage, and her daughters are involved in an embroidered clothes business. Her elder son sells plastic utensils in different areas of Multan and generates profit from this business.

Nagina Parveen is a very caring lady. She stays at home and takes care of her family. She has given her children good manners and teaches them about discipline and respecting their elders. She has successfully repaid her two previous loans to Kiva partner, Asasah (a microfinance institution in Pakistan). Now, she is applying for a loan to purchase plastic utensils, such as cups and plates, in bulk to expand her elder son's business.

In this group: Nagina Parveen, Khursheed, Hasina, Manzooran, Shahnaz

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