A loan of $600 helped a member purchase wood in larger quantities to make furniture.

Robina Kousar's Group's story

Robina Kousar lives in the small city of Borewala in south Punjab, Pakistan. She is a thirty-year-old lady with a daughter in sixth grade. Her husband is a carpenter who not only makes furniture on order, but also has a furniture showroom in the market where he displays his handmade furniture such as bed sets, tables and chairs. He has been in this business for over 20 years and understands about different trends in the city. Robina is a housewife. She wants to support her husband financially in his business which is why she has applied for a loan from Asasah to buy wood in larger quantities to execute larger orders on time. Robina is very confident that her husband has the ability to improve his business by making positive use of the loan.
This is the first time she has applied for a microfinance loan and she hopes that it will be profitable.

In this group: Robina Kousar, Kosar, Shahnaz
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