A loan of $775 helped a member to purchase required materials for her boutique.

Sughran's Group's story

Sughran is very supportive of her family. She has a boutique where she sells her handmade clothes and does this work to share the financial burden with her husband. She takes orders from different shops in Multan and supplies them on-time to make an income. She has been in doing this work for over six years.

Sughran uses a room of her house as a boutique to display her work to her customers. She does this because the rent of shops is too high in Multan. Her customer base is purely women. She prepares women’s wear such as shalwar kamiz and kurtas (pant and tunic outfits), etc. These two items are specifically used in Pakistan because this is its culture and women like to wear them.

Sughran has applied for a loan from Asasah (a micro-finance institute in Pakistan). With the loan she will be able to buy material such as clothes, beads and thread in bulk to fulfill larger orders for her customers. She is hopeful that she can earn a good profit and improve her business.

In this group: Sughran, Farah, Razia, Tasneem, Maqsood

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