A loan of $225 helped to purchase raw materials for embroidery.


Robina's story

Ms. Robina has started an embroidery business with the help of her husband Mr. Muhammad (also in the picture above) around six years ago. She is 37 years old; she has six children. Four of them are school-going and two children are underage. She has a commitment with herself to provide a quality education to her children.

Robina is in her second loan cycle with Kashf Foundation. She has been in the business of embroidery for the last six years. She started her business at a very small level and expanded it gradually.

In order to fast-track her business growth, she utilized financing from Kashf last year and paid all her installments on time. That loan played a vital role in her business growth by fostering new orders from clients.

Now she needs a loan of PKR 20,000 to purchase raw materials for her business, e.g., thread, embroidery needles, fabrics, etc.

Robina, with the help of her husband, is very keen to expand this business to a high level because now they have good orders and committed clients with them.



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