A loan of $1,950 helped a member to buy crockery sets for selling at a profit.


Nazia Sakhi's Group's story

Nazia Sakhi is a 29-year-old married woman living in Arifwala, Pakistan. The total number in her family is six, including her four children, one daughter and three sons. They all are schooling. Her husband is a salesman and has been selling crockery for the past many years. He is the only breadwinner of the family.

Now he has planned to expand his business, for which Nazia has applied for a loan from the Asasah field partner of KIVA in Pakistan. The objective to get the loan is to purchase business supplies in larger quantity. That will make a good impact on the purchase price because of the large quantity of stock, and will generate more sales as well.

Nazia is confident that this loan will help them in profitable business expansion, and Nazia will be able to continue her children's education and meet family expenses.

In this group: Nazia Sakhi, Razia, Rani, Perveen, Muniran, Rukhsana, Irshaad, Khalida, Naseem, Surriya, Majeedan, Razia
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