In 1990, Muhammad Akram opened up his small grocery store. To this day, he sells fresh milk and other items and his wife supports him in his business. Both of them were from a very poor background and their parents could not afford to send them to school. Akram and his wife are illiterate. Being poor, they can give almost nothing to their children but education is one thing they never want their children to be deprived of. Apart from the general store, Akram works as a laborer on daily wages so he can earn some extra income to feed his wife and children and meet the educational expenses of his son and daughter.
Unfortunately, Akram fell very ill and for the past three months, he could not attend to his shop. His wife has managed the store during his illness but unfortunately, the store is now very less on stock. Akram is not able to make enough sales and the family is living in very poor financial conditions. Akbar needs to expand his store for his sales to increase, and for this, he has requested a loan of PKR 60,000 from Seed Out. We want to help Akbar and his wife, all they want is to give a comfortable life to their children, something that they could never have. Please support Akbar's business by donating to him.