A loan of $1,000 helped a member purchase supplies for making dresses.

Ameer's Group's story

Ameer is the wife of G. S. and resides in a city named Multan in Pakistan. Multan city is famous for its shrines and sweetmeats.

She is 54 years old and operates her own sewing business. She learned this art from her mother and started sewing after her marriage. She has steadily increased her business, and now she is going to start her own boutique where she will display her handmade dresses.

Ameer is the mother of three sons. Her first two sons work in a tailoring shop for monthly wages. The youngest of them reads in 7th standard.

Ameer has successfully repaid two loans to Asasah (a micro-finance institute in Pakistan). Now she is applying again for a loan to purchase supplies in bulk, like beads, colored thread and fabric, to make dresses for her boutique.

In this group: Ameer, Maqsood Mai, Naseem Mai, Irshrat Bano, Bushra

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