Farzana sells bangles to financially support her family. Her husband is a rickshaw driver. He drives someone else’s rickshaw. He wants to buy his own auto rickshaw which will stop him from paying rent. In this way, his income will increase and the rickshaw will become an asset for his family as well. Farzana has applied for a loan from Asasah to financially assist her husband in this regard. She is very confident that her husband will be able to improve his business and income by investing money in purchasing his own auto rickshaw.
Farzana is the mother of a 4-year-old daughter. She wants to give her an education so it is very necessary for her husband’s business to improve. She is a regular loan user of Asasah and is in her third loan cycle. In previous years, she has proved herself a responsible client who has paid her installments on time and never missed any meeting.
Note: In the picture, the lady who holds a book (an Asasah passbook) in her hand is Farzana.
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