A loan of $325 helped buy groceries for husband's shop.

Rizwana's story

My name is Rizwana K. and my age is 32. I am a citizen of a city named Kot Radha Kishan, in Pakistan. I've got an 8th standard education. I couldn’t study more because of my family’s circumstances.

Actually our financial condition was not so good because my father was the only breadwinner of my family. He married me off to a person whose name is M. Naeem Akhtar who runs a grocery shop. I am a mother of one daughter and her name is Kashaf, and she is just two years old.

I operate a sewing clothes business. I do this work for my daughter because when she grows up I’ll admit her in an English medium school to get a good base.

I’ve successfully repaid my two loans from Asasah (a microfinance institute of Pakistan). Now I am applying for the third time to buy groceries for my husband’s grocery shop.

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