A loan of $275 helped to buy an ample variety of clothes, in a larger quantity, to add to her current inventory.


Sughra's story

Ms Sughra is a 52-year-old, married woman. Ten years ago, she started her own business of clothing sales, when her husband became severely ill. She didn’t lose hope, and she contacted Kashf Foundation, upon the advice of her neighbor, to expand her own business. She buys clothes of different designs from a market, in bulk, at lower rates, and resells them in her community at a profit. She counts a good customer list. Most her customers are her neighbors.

Sughra is the mother of two children. They are going to college. She wishes to send her children to colleges with high reputations, but she is unable to cover the expenses. She has gradually improved her business, and now she has requested a loan of Rs. 25,000. She is going to use this loan to buy an ample variety of clothes, in a larger quantity, to add to her current ones. She intends to use the earned profits on her children’s education.



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