A loan of $225 helped to buy more frames, needles, beats, and threads of different colors.


Parveen's story

Ms Parween is 44 years old. She is an energetic woman and enjoys doing the work of hand embroidery, which she has done for 20 years. Her embroidery patterns are very much admired in her community. She is happily doing it to support her family. She is a responsible mother of seven children. Only two of them are in school as she is unable to cover the education expenses of her other children. Her husband is suffering from tuberculosis and unable to support his family. His parents are also living with them. Hence, she is paying all expenses on her own and provides her family with the basic necessities of life, including food, clothes and education. Now she requested a loan of Rs.20,000 from Kashf foundation. In this way she can manage to buy more frames, needles, beats, and threads of different colors. All this will help in increasing sales and meeting demand without fail. She hopes to have more income, which will be used for the betterment of her family and for her children’s education.



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