A loan of $225 helped to purchase raw material including leather, plastic soles, threads, sequins and pearls in various colors.


Bushra's story

Bushra is a 30-year-old married woman who has been doing a business of shoe making for many years. She also manufactures buckles, which are used in the embellishment of shoes. She beautifully makes buckles and prepares shoes at home and then sells them in the local market. By this time, she has attained a regular list of customers and makes enough to contribute to the family income.

Her husband works as a laborer and earns insufficient income to support his family alone. She is a mother of four children and is motivated to provide for her family.

To cope with the increasing demand of her customers, she requested a loan of 20,000 PKR (Pakistan rupees) to purchase raw material including leather, plastic soles, threads, sequins and pearls in various colors to increase her production. She is in her second loan cycle and has shown excellent repayment behavior. She wishes to utilize part of revenues to provide better living standards to her family.



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