A loan of $375 helped to buy ingredients in bulk such as semolina, plain refined flour, baking soda and oil.


Razia's story

Razia has enjoyed her work of making ‘Gol Gappe’ for 8 years. It is a popular street food dish in a country like Pakistan. It is a round, hollow puri, fried crisp and filled with a mixture of water, tamarind, chili, chaat masala, potato, onion and chickpeas. It is small enough to fit completely into one's mouth. She makes it on a daily basis and has become famous in her town. She is married and has 4 children. She supports her husband and prepares all the products at home, once the ingredients are brought from the market by her husband. Now she requested a loan of Rs 35,000 PKR to buy ingredients in bulk, such as semolina, plain refined flour, baking soda and oil to meet the increasing demand for her product. She hopes to earn more profits and will use the profit for her children’s education, better health and food.



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