A loan of $275 helped to buy a new sewing machine and some spools of thread for her glove-sewing business.


Bushra's story

Ms. Bushra is 37-year-old married woman. She started a business of sewing gloves one year ago, to bear the expenses of her family members. Her husband is a rickshaw driver whose income is not sufficient, by itself, to meet the needs of the family members. Bushra has accumulated a list of regular customers, and she earns enough to lead a civilized life. She has six children, among whom three are in school. For the improvement of her business, she contacted Kashf Foundation and applied for a loan of RKR 25,000. This amount will be used to buy a new sewing machine and some spools of thread. She hopes to cater to more customers, on a repeat basis, which will ultimately help in generating more cash.



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