Her husband is a rickshaw driver and provides transport services to his passengers. He is an expert in driving and drives his autorickshaw very safely.
Amna also supports her family by selling clothes. She purchases clothes from the wholesale market and sells at a profit to her community clients. She offers a good variety of clothes to her clients and makes a reasonably good income, which helps her pay her utility bills and other household expenses.
She has applied for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for the improvement of her husband's transport business. With the loan investment, he will repair his autorickshaw that will keep it running more smoothly and provide better transport services to his passengers.
He is very experienced in his business and Amna is confident about his success after investing the loan.
In the photo, the lady holding a book, called an Asasah passbook, is Amna.
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