A loan of $1,775 helped a member to purchase a variety of clothes to sell.

Moona's Group's story

Moona is 30 years old and a hard working woman of Punjab, Pakistan. She lives with her husband, two sons, and two daughters. Her husband is a mobile technician and runs his own shop.

Moona previously worked for an NGO named Kashaf, but after getting married, she left the job. And for the past six years, she has run a one-room shop in her house where she sells clothes by purchasing them from different cities. At the start, she faced many problems of a new business, but now she is a successful business woman. Moona's husband is very caring, and he helps her in purchasing clothes from different cities.

Now she is interested in buying more clothes to sell, so that she can offer variety of products to her clients. And for that as a member of eight-person lending group, she has requested a loan from Kiva partner BRAC Pakistan.

With the help of the profit, she is planning to extend her business by opening a new shop in a market. She wants to make some savings for her children as well. She desires to provide quality education to her children and dreams of their bright future. She is very thankful to BRAC and Kiva.

Note: Perveen and Aqeela are too conservative to show their faces for the Kiva picture. That is why their faces are covered in the picture.

In this group: Moona, Beenish, Parveen, Sidra, Aqeela, Zaib-Un-Nisa, Taj, Fatima

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