A loan of $800 helped a member buy a donkey cart.


Seema's Group's story

I live in a brick mud house with my family in Multan, Pakistan. I have four kids: two girls and two boys. I am a textile designer and create embroidered clothes. My husband is a daily wage laborer. My eldest son now also works transporting goods on a donkey cart. My son would like to buy an additional donkey cart for his business. He feels that his income would double, and we would be able to repair our house.

This is a group loan, and the women in it have been together for more than one year. Waloo M.’s husband runs a small restaurant. Sajida B. and Jindo M. would use their loans to buy bull carts.

We all are mutually responsible for this loan; if one defaults, the others make up the difference.

In this group: Seema, Waloo, Sajida, Jindo
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