A loan of $425 helped to buy one more buffalo to cater to more customers.


Sulan's story

Ms. Sulan is a 51-year-old married woman who has been running a business of milk selling with her husband since many years ago; this was their forefathers' business and now they are doing it themselves. The man shown in the photo is Sulan’s husband. They have two buffaloes to milk and sell their milk to many of their neighbors, along with butter and cheese that they make from the milk. She looks after the buffaloes and performs the task of collecting milk from them while her husband sells it to different places on a daily basis. They are happily doing it together to support their family. They have five children; three of them are school-going.

They need to earn much more to meet their everyday expenditures including food, clothing and education. In order to make huge profits, Sulan requested a loan of 40,000 PKR (Pakistan rupees) to buy one more buffalo to cater to more customers. She hopes to get an increase in the production capacity of the milk, which will ultimately help in generating more cash.



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