Riffat is breaking stereotypes in a society that discriminates between gender. She intends to buy an autorickshaw to provide pick and drop services to the local school and college. Only 26, she wants her family to escape the endless loop of destitution. She has three daughters who are enrolled in private schools.
It is a defining moment for her. Married early, she and her family, rely solely on her husband, a factory worker. However, their ceaseless expenses along with their daughters’ fee reduce his earnings, and the family does not have enough to eat.
She has the support of her husband and father who have promised to help her find students to be picked and dropped. She says she is happy to finally own something which makes her financially empowered. She expects a 100% increase in the family income with this new asset. This is going to be a turning point in her life and your financial support would not only help her but also motivate other women to pursue such occupations to become financially independent.