Weaving a path to success

Sumaira Shabbir generates PKR 10,000 profit on a weekly basis while staying within the boundaries of her home in Walton. Her lace designing and stitching business, launched seven years ago with CSC's easy to pay loan scheme, although started as a two-person initiative with Sumaira and her mother-in-law working on their sewing machines, has now transformed into a training center. The training center engages with dozens of girls living in the vicinity, who also work under Sumaira's guidance, earning a respectable wage for their families. Stitching the season's favorite fabric accessories like tassels, sequin-adorned ribbons, and crochet laces, each of these girls looks up to Sumaira as their inspiration.

Sumaira, in an interview with the CSC team, showcased some of her most recent products, talking with utmost pride about the delicate handicraft work that went into designing each specimen, all of which was done by hand. Her family members could not hide their pride as Sumaira narrated how, by virtue of the last loan she had received from CSC, the business was exponentially expand. She increased her production by utilizing the amount of raw material, which she procured herself from Shah Alami bazaar. With CSC's help, Sumaira was not only able to become self-sufficient, but also support her family and generate change in her community by hiring unemployed women and teaching them a skill that they could monetize to stand on their own two feet as economically independent women.

"Sumaira Shabbir success story "


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