"I have studied till the middle level and my husband has never gone to school. We may be uneducated, but we are strong supporters of education. When we married, we vowed that whatever we earn, the priority will be to get our children educated. And that is exactly what we are doing. It makes me and my husband immensely proud that our son is in college. Our daughter is doing her bachelors in mathematics and the youngest is in class 4. They make so proud, they have fulfilled our dreams and we are ready to work even harder to continue supporting their education" exclaims Naseem Akhtar from Bahawalnagar. Indeed, hats off to both the parents and their children who are struggling to break free from poverty and attain higher in life.
Naseem is a deserving woman. 20 years ago, she decided she will not sit idle at home and opened up a grocery store. She opened it with the intent to save for her children's education. Naseem's husband is a laborer and works all day and night to be able to keep food on the table for his family. Naseem works so hard but unfortunately, her store has very limited inventory. This seriously affects her sales. Naseem desires to get more stock to increase her sales, for which she has requested for a loan of PKR 60,000 from Seed Out. Step by step, Naseem and her husband want to break free of poverty and this will need your help. Their business will do well and we are absolutely confident that Naseem will manage it very smartly. To help this progressive family leave poverty behind them, please donate to their business.