Presently, they have one buffalo, but it has started giving less milk. As inflation is increasing day by day, one buffalo is insufficient for meeting their financial expenses. Therefore, Farzana has applied for a loan from Asasah so they will be able to buy another buffalo so they can sell its milk to more customers and increase their profits. Earning more income will help them improve their standard of living.
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