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Tando Allah yar, Pakistan
Tandoo Allah Yar, Pakistan
Parveen Anwar is 35 and married. She lives with her husband and five children in the small town of Tandoo Allah Yar in interior Sindh. Four of her five children are receiving education.
Shakir Ali is 33 and married. He lives with his wife and two children in a small town of interior Sindh called Tandoo Allah Yar. He is the only earning hand in his family.
Ramesh Kumar is a tailor by profession. He stitches gents clothing for local retailers as well as end consumers. He has an experience of over nine years in this business.
Nasreen is a 30-year-old housewife as well as a small business owner. She is a resident of a small locality in Hyderabad called Latifabad. She manages a household of six members.
Gulaab Bhatti is 32 years of age and a resident of Tandoo Allah Yar district in interior Sindh. He is married and a father to four children. He runs a small auto repairing business
Bano Bibi is a seamstress by profession. She designs and stitches all sorts of women’s outfits for the ladies in her neighborhood. She belongs from a lower middle class family.
Daleep Kumar a young individual of 18 and lives with his parents and six siblings, four of whom go to schools. Daleep and both his parents work to earn a living for their family.
Imran Abdul Majeed is 36 and a resident of a small town in interior Sindh called Tandoo Allah Yar. He runs a small business of repairing televisions and computers.
At the age of 45 Shazia Shakeel lives in a household of eight, that includes herself, her husband and their six children. She herself runs a small convenience store from her home.
Nasreen is a strong, independent woman who plays a vital part in supporting her family. She is 41 years old, married and lives in the area of Ahmadnagar in Sukkur
Shazia Rashid is a dedicated and hardworking individual of 32 years. She and her husband run a small tailoring business from their home and are looking to start a proper boutique.
Abida Khatoon is married and lives in Karachi. She belongs from a middle class family. She is working from her home as a seamstress to contribute to her household income.
Mrs. Mussarrat Iqbal is married and lives in the area of Bhittai Colony in Karachi. She and her husband run a garments business from home.
The one rupee that you give can go a long way for someone. This one rupee can play a vital role in developing a society.
It takes Rs. 15, 000 to change the life of a poor family
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