Shabana of Karachi’s Landhi used to work at a factory that paid her Rs 400 in wages a day, and her husband used to work at a sweet shop at a minimum wage as well. However, they were unable to look after their children and had to skip a day’s meal. Shabana and Sajid joined hands, took a loan, and set up a samosa stall at J1 Landhi. They divided their work and are better off with their food business. This is their story.