A loan of PKR 50,000 helped to expand a grocery store.
Mumtaz Bibi's story is heartfelt and tragic. Mumtaz is hanging onto hope that someday her life will take a turn for the better. The tragedy began when her husband suddenly passed away, leaving six very young daughters behind and no source of income. This was a time when Mumtaz became hopeless, but gradually she caught strength as that was the only option left to her. Thus began her journey to provide well for the sake of her 6 daughters. With her small savings and a loan from someone, she started her grocery store from home and also started selling stitched clothes to women in the neighborhood. Because the investment in the store was low, it currently lacks essential inventory, restricting Mumtaz's potential earning. Fortunately, Mumtaz's brothers financially support her and her daughters. We can say that her daughters are blessed to have a mother like Mumtaz who has not let the education of her kids suffer in such tragic circumstances; all 6 of them, the eldest being 12 and the youngest aged 5; attend school. Even if the family has to see tougher times, Mumtaz is determined that she will never compromise on her daughters' education. Mumtaz has seen hope in Seed Out. She has requested a loan of PKR 50,000 to purchase essential inventory for her grocery store. Mumtaz possess the potential to earn a considerable amount of income and change her daughters' future for the better. Donate to the strong-willed Mumtaz and enable her to get her daughters highly educated.
It helps empower a female micro-entrepreneur and bring back happiness into her family's lives.
PKR 452,500

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Loan Length Months
Repayment schedule:
Installment per month:
PKR 2100.00
Disbursed date:
Dec 16,2019