A New Start for Sunita

Sunita is 27 and joined the My Business My Freedom program in August 2021.

As a little girl, both her parents passed away so she had no one to send her to school. She got married but her husband wasn’t able to find work. They moved to Pokhara to find work. The couple struggled to earn sufficient money to even eat two meals a day.

She was skilled at tailoring and so with her first microloan of Rs. 50,000 [US$400], she decided to open a small tailoring shop. She is happy that she is able to earn sufficient amounts and have savings after paying off monthly installments.

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