Nasreen needed £346.20 for her business.
Nasreen Akhtar makes fancy braids (hair extensions) called paranda. These hair extensions are very commonly worn by women in the rural areas of Punjab. She lives in Kasur with her family of 1 son, 4 daughters and her husband. Three of her children are getting education while one has got basic education. She has a monthly income of 8,000 rupees. Her husband works as for a shoe manufacturer and he earns 14,000 rupees per month. Nasreen has applied for a loan for purchasing fancy threads, embroidery stones and motifs. By increasing her sales, she hopes to increase her income to be able to afford her children’s education.
loan added: 09 August 2018
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