Farzana Kausar a 38-year-old mother of 03 daughters from Ada thingy, Vehari has become a success in home-based beauty salon services in her village. Her husband worked as a labourer in a flour mill and earns 25,000 per month and they live in a separate family system. Farzana already had the skills of a beautician and she wanted to support her husband so she could do more for her daughters. Hence she decided to turn her hobby into a small business and she approached AGAHE Pakistan, one of the borrowers of PMIC for a 40,000Rs loan to set her parlour.
This helped her set up a small saloon in her house and buy the essentials required. Once this setup started working successfully, she took another loan of 50,000Rs and later 100,000Rs from GAHE and expanded her salon. Her hard work paid off and Farzana is currently earning close to 5,000 Rs to 30,000Rs per month from her beauty services. She wishess to teach this skill to all her three daughters so that they would also earn their income on their behalf in future. Her husband supports her business and motivates her to expand it further in her manageable capacity.