A loan of $200 helped to purchase rubber bladders and leather covers in a large quantity for making footballs.


Shazia's story

Shazia is a 22-year-old married woman. She has been in the business of making footballs for the past 4 years. She makes balls in different sizes and sells them in her community and in the local market. She is famous in her town for providing good quality footballs. She earns enough to cover the expenses of her family members. She is contributing a lot to the family income, as her husband’s income is not sufficient to fulfill the daily household expenses alone.

Shazia is a motivated mother of two. She is liable to provide her children with good quality food, education and clothing. For the improvement of her business, she contacted a Kashf Foundation business development officer for a loan of 20,000 PKR to purchase rubber bladders and leather covers in a large quantity to cater to more customers without delay. She is hopeful to get an increase in her sales, which ultimately will help in generating more cash. She dreams of expanding her business and desires to use part of the profits for her children’s education.



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