A loan of $1,450 helped to buy more goods for her grocery store, such as chips, energy bars, chocolates and candy, so she can increase the number of items she sells.


Hanan's story

Hanan has a home-based business. It is a grocery store that she established in one of her house's bedrooms two years ago. She is retired and is completely focused on the business. Her husband still works for the city and a hospital but is considered the manager of the store. He is the point of contact with suppliers. Nonetheless, Hanan is the one that spends most of her time in the store and sells goods to customers.

Hanan is making a small steady income for the family. Also, she has plans to make the business more profitable by increasing the products she has in the store to meet the growing customer demand. She is applying for a loan to buy the extra goods, such as chips, energy bars, chocolates, candy and all sorts of detergents.

Hanan's husband Ahmed appears in the picture instead of Hanan because she is a conservative woman.


This loan is special because:

It empowers people in a country with limited economic opportunities.



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