She is a mother of five children: two sons and three daughters. Her elder son goes to school for education. She wishes to send all of her children to school but unfortunately due to little resources she couldn’t complete her wish.
Her husband is A. R. and he runs his grocery shop. His shop is located in the busiest market and due to this he faced competition with other grocery shops.
Nargis is applying for a loan from Asasah to invest capital in her husband’s grocery shop so he can maintain his customers and complete their needs on time.
She hopes to get good profit from this loan and then she will be able to enroll her other kids into school too.
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