A loan of $250 helped to purchase a sewing machine to extend her tailoring business.

Kana's story

Kana is a 52-year-old housewife. She is married to Nipen, and they are raising two children together. They do not have a concrete house of their own; they stay in a small cottage. They are so poor that they cannot send their children to school. Both the children are also involved in the clothing business; they sell clothes door to door and try to contribute money to the family according to their ability.

Kana has one sewing machine that she uses to stitch shirts, pants, blouses, salwar kamij (Indian suits) etc., and gives financial assistance to her family. She is a very hardworking and talented woman who has been pleasing her clients over the years with her qualified service. She wishes to take this loan to buy another sewing machine so that she can earn more earn money to rise out of poverty.

In the future, Kana dreams to expand her business in the district. She also has a vision of having her own tailoring shop, where she will be able to employ more women so that their families’ economic conditions also improve. Kana is confident that she will develop a good business in the years to come.

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