A loan of $175 helped to purchase material such as cardboard, glittering paper, ribbons and artificial flowers.


Naseem's story

Naseem, 36, is a married woman. Five years ago, she started her own business of making sehra. The sehra is a veil of flowers that a groom wears on his face as he approaches his bride. Her product has a seasonal demand, but that doesn’t stop her from conducting business. She learned the art of making sehra from her father and is proud of it. When Naseem told her family that she wanted to sell her sehrras in the market, everyone supported her because they had seen her father make money out of it. She has 3 children and is happy to be sending the eldest son to school and her younger daughter to an embroidery stitching center. She has gradually improved her business and has requested a loan of 15,000 PKR to purchase material such as cardboard, glittering paper, ribbons and artificial flowers. She intends to use the earned profits to fund her children’s education.



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