A loan of $325 helped to purchase packs of chips, biscuits, juice, and other items for her shop.


Azra's story

Azra is a 53-year-old active widow. She has run a canteen in a school for the last eight years. Her son is also working, but his income is not sufficient to meet the everyday expenditures of household. She makes enough to lead a decent life. She is a loving mother of five children. She is in charge of providing her family with good food, health and education. She has slowly but surely improved her business by taking loans from the Kashf Foundation. Now she requested a loan of 30,000 PKR to purchase packs of chips, biscuits, juice, and other items. She has been in association with Kashf for two years. She expects more profits and hence better support for her family. She desires to spend part of her income on providing a high-quality education to her children.



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