53-year-old Ghulam Fatima from Bahawalnagar, despite earning a low income, managed to get all her children educated. Her children are attending government school and college and the eldest one is working to support the family. Another son is managing work and study both. Ghulam Mustafa’s husband works as a peon in a rice factory.
Ghulam Fatima is a deserving women and she has substantial experience working in a grocery store and also in clothing. She wants to start her own grocery store now and has requested a loan of PKR 70,000 from Seed Out for this purpose. Her motive for starting her grocery store is to keep her children in school and support her husband in managing household expenses.