Waziran is the mother of two daughters and two sons. Her eldest son is a bus conductor and the other one does embroidery works. Both of her sons left their education after 5th grade due to financial problems and started doing different work to financially support the family. Waziran’s daughters are in 8th and 6th grades respectively.
She has applied for a loan for her husband for the second time from Asasah. With the loan he will buy paints of different colors and brands and offer quality work to his customers. She is very much confident that her husband will be able to improve his business condition with the help of this investment.
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