A loan of $850 helped a member to buy clothes to sell.

Rubina Aman Ullah Group's story

Rubina baji, a resident of Vehari, Pakistan for the past 10 years, is married to A. U., a factory employee earning a monthly wage. She is the mother of three sons and one daughter, all students at a nearby school.

Rubina baji is fully aware of the current world economic situation and the hardships everyone is undergoing. Because it is not easy for a single person to bear all of a family’s living expenses, she helps her husband by selling clothes. She buys her inventory from the famous markets in Multan and Lahore and sells in her native city and local community. She is now applying for a loan to buy more clothes to expand her business.

Rubina baji is the group leader of four other women from her community:
Irshad baji wants a loan to buy groceries for her grocery shop;
Shazia baji seeks a loan to buy washing powders and liquids for her laundry business;
Shaheen Akhtar baji is requesting a loan to buy lentils, cooking equipment and spices for her food business;
Saima Hameed baji desires a loan to buy tools to repair electric items.

This is a group loan. The loan funds will be distributed among the group members, each of whom will invest in her own business. The members mutually guarantee one another's loans, so if one member does not repay, the others are responsible.

In this group: Rubina, Irshad, Shazia, Shaheen Akhtar, Saima Hameed

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