She is 40 years old and is involved in an embroidery business. She makes embroidered clothes on orders, which she receives from her neighboring customers, and earns income by completing them on time. She is very skillful in her work. Due to her quality work, she gets regular orders every month. She chooses this profession because she likes it. She crafts beautiful designs on clothes, which helps her to attract more people toward her work. Her earning allows her to pay for the utilities expenses of her family.
Her husband is a private entrepreneur in a fertilizer and seeds selling business. Because Vehari city is famous for its agricultural industry, that’s why most people are in the agricultural profession. His work gives him good income because he approaches a good number of farmers and they give him a good number of orders to fulfill.
Manzooran has applied for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for her husband’s business. With the loan, he will buy fertilizer and seeds in larger quantity to fulfill larger orders on time and to increase his income. Manzooran is hopeful that through this investment, her husband will be able to grow his business and increase his monthly income.
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