A loan of $375 helped to pay for purchasing two new sewing machines, fabrics, buttons, ribbons, etc., for her tailoring business.

Ramani's story

Ramani is a 38-year-old divorced lady living with her only daughter, who is in school. She manages a tailoring shop where she stitches dresses like salwars (traditional Indian dress), etc., for her customers who give orders for stitching. Few years back when she got divorced with her husband, she was burdened with responsibilities for her daughter, so she started a tailoring shop. She earns only 3,000 Indian rupees (INR) per month from her business.

Ramani plans to purchase two new sewing machines, fabrics, threads, buttons, ribbons, needles, etc., so that she can enlarge her business and take orders from her customers in bulk. She also wants to hire a workforce for help in the business. She has requested a loan of 20,000 INR to purchase two sewing machines and fabrics and to hire some help. She wants her daughter to study in a good school and to save some money for her future.

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