A loan of $325 helped to buy one buffalo to increase milk production.

Sakina's story

Sakina is 35 years old, married and a mother of three daughters and two sons. She has two cows and one buffalo for milking and two goats. In the beginning, she purchased goats and sheep and sold them at the festival of Eid-ul-Azha (a religious event). Gradually, she purchased cows and buffaloes to start the business of selling milk. She sells it to many of her neighbors, along with butter, cheese and ghee that she makes from the milk. She has a good client list. Her business is good enough to support her decent life.

Her husband helps in her business. She is in her second loan cycle and has a strong association with Kashf foundation. Now, she has requested a loan of 30000 PKR to buy one buffalo to increase milk production. In this way she would be able to serve more people in her community. She wishes to utilize the profits for her children.

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