50 years old Razia Bibi of Lahore spends her time looking for sewing jobs to make a living for her family. She has two daughters and a son. Coming from an unprivilaged background , Razia still struggles for her family. With no access to financing she resorted on sewing clothes for the neighbourhood ladies only . The income was insufficient and resultantly her two elder children were taken out of school. One of their major expense is their house rent, which sequeezes her income. Being illiterate has made things even worse.
Yearning for a better life, and motivated by the idea of creating a sewing business, Razia has taken a loan from Seedout to buy sewing machine and an over lock machine.
She first started selling the items she made to her neighbors. However, through hard work, dedication, and responsibility, Elsa Maria expanded her flourishing business by acquiring more sewing machines, hiring several seamstresses and adding more families to her clientele. Then, she sold her flimsy bamboo house and used her savings from the business to buy a piece of land and built a solid cement home.
Your Donation can help her Sew her way to a brighter future.