Bright Future for Muna

Muna’s husband found it difficult to find work and the family were struggling to have enough food to eat two meager meals a day. When she found out about the My Business My Freedom micro-finance program, she immediately applied.

Her first loan was NPR 20,000 [US$170] and she bought some chickens. She repaid her microloan in no time and took out her second microloan to purchase some pigs. Currently paying off her second loan, she is proud to report that her family is now eating well.

Muna is excited about the future and that she will be able to provide for her growing family.

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