A loan of $1,300 helped a member expand embroidery business.

Koser's Group's story

My name is Koser P., wife of Muhammad Arif. I live in a two-room brick house here in Multan, a mid-size city in Pakistan. I have an embroidery business and my husband has a loom. I want to grow my embroidery business and generate good profits for my family. I need a loan for this purpose and plan to buy cloth and threads, etc. in bulk. Buying in bulk is relatively cheaper and will allow me to save on cost per item.

There are few other women in my loan group and we together assume loan responsibility for each other. They are: Muqsodan B., who requires loan for her son’s grocery store; Mariam B., who needs a loan for her bangles business; Sajida B., who needs loan for her husband’s weaving and wants to take on bigger orders: Aziz B. requires a loan for her husband to repair his rickshaw. I want all of them to get loans so that they can also improve their businesses.

In this group: Koser, Muqsodan, Mariam, Sajida, Aziz

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