A loan of $1,375 helped a member to purchase sanitary supplies in bulk to sell.

Hamidan's Group's story

Hamidan is a resident of the mid-sized city of Riwind, Pakistan. She owns a small house with two rooms and has been living there with her family for over twenty years. Her husband's name is M. I. and he runs a sanitary shop in the market. He has been in this profession for seven years.

To increases their family income, Hamidan makes embroidered dresses to order. She receives orders from the cloth shops and completes a dress in a day, making Pak Rs. 500 profit on it. They both use their income to pay for utilities and to save for a rainy day.

Hamidan is applying for a loan from Asasah to invest capital in her husband’s business so he can purchase, in bulk, sanitary supplies such as taps and water pipes and increase the profits of his business.

In this group: Hamidan, Parveen, Naseem, Amina, Safia

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