A loan of $1,000 helped a member purchase embroidery items for preparing embroidered dresses.

Allah Diwae's Group's story

Allah diwae is the wife of M. M. and they have lived for the last ten years in a two-room brick house in a city named Multan (famous for its shrines and sweetmeats) in Pakistan.

She is 54 years old but she is still very active and operates her decorative embroidery business. Her family supports her in her business. They all prepare the embroidered dresses and complete the orders of the customers, which generates income.

She became the breadwinner of her family after the death of her husband. She is a regular client of Asasah (a micro-finance institute in Pakistan). She has repaid her two loans to Asasah and now has applied for the third time to purchase the supplies she needs (colored thread, beads and fabrics) to expand her decorative embroidery business.

In this group: Allah Diwae, Tasawar, Rukhsana, Fayyaz Mai, Hafizan

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