A loan of $1,350 helped a member to buy milk for milk & yogurt selling business.

Shah Jahan's Group's story

Shah Jahan is married with two children. Her son is studying in class 5 while her daughter is unable to attend school due to poor financial conditions.

Her husband is involved in milk and yogurt sales business. His shop is located in the community market. He provides good quality milk and yogurt to his customers; that’s why he earns reasonably good profits from his business.

But that income was not enough for running the family expenses, and that’s why Shah Jahan started a sewing center a few years ago. She not only sews clothes for her neighboring clients but also teaches sewing skills to young girls and she also sells clothes part-time.

She has applied for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for the expansion of her husband’s milk & yogurt selling business. Through the loan, he will buy milk in larger quantity which should enable him to serve more clients and earn better profits.

He has been doing this business for the past 10 years and Shah Jahan hopes that he will make good use of the loan to get the desired results from his business.

In this group: Shah Jahan, Kosar Bibi, Suraiya Parveen, Kosar Kalsoom, Sumera Begum, Naziran

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