27-year-old Samra Bibi lives in the city of Gujranwala with her husband, their son and two daughters, all of whom are school going. To help support the family, she has started a general store from her house. She is literally the pillar of her family. Her husband works as a laborer in a factory. Samra sells grocery products to the local community in her neighbourhood. Over the past few months, this business has helped her pay many expenses, especially when she had to pay her children's school fees. Herself illiterate, she understands the significance of education for girls in our society. Samra wants to become a SEED OUT beneficiary in order to boost her general store's productivity and increase her income to help improve the family’s living standards. She will use her first Seed out loan of PKR 80,000 to purchase more items of different types to increase sales. Once her store yields will increase she will use her increased profits with savings she has accumulated to pay for her children's higher education. Your donation will help her to escape the cycle of poverty and fulfil her dreams and ambitions.