Tahira has four sons and two daughters. By being a teacher, she knows the importance of education. She has enrolled all of her children in school, except her oldest one who didn’t show an interest in education. After he passed the 10th standard, he left school and now works in a private firm for a meager income.
With the loan amount, Tahira's husband will buy stamp papers in large quantities to sell to his customers. She is hopeful that this loan will help her husband improve his business. She is a regular loan user of Asasah. In previous loan years she has proven herself to be a responsible client who paid her installments on time and attended every meeting.
Note: In the picture, the lady who has raised her hand is Tahira.
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