Kanaki Ayyasamy from Jinjang has learnt to drive to run a transport business by picking up and sending school children to earn a living. Her husband is unable to work due to health problem. She has received a Khazanah grant to help her business. She has bought a second-hand van and started this business accordingly. Now, she has an income to meet the family needs with the help of Helping Hands.
Jasmeet Kaur A/P Bantha Singh is a housewife with 4 going school children. Her husband is unable to work due to his health problem. She has received a Khazanah grant to help her business and now she hawks Chappati and other culinary near Segambut, KL from 12pm to 10pm.
March 1, 2015, a group of Ladies from various location (Rural Area- Sungai Cho, Kalumbang & Kerling) who attended the Helping Hands Micro Credit Project received a Khazanah Grantt to start/expand their businesses. After attending interviews, strict selection and training process, these ladies were chosen to receive the loan. Their long time desire to expand their businesses has been finally realized.
Akagamnah D/O Perumal, aged 53, is a single mother with 1 children and lives in Desa Aman Puri. Helping Hands helped her to receive Khazanah Gantt . After obtaining the loan, she started to sell nasi lemak in morning market at Desa Aman Puri. She has varieties of dishes that attracts Chinese customers the most. She earns about RM150 -RM200 per day.