A loan of $1,400 helped a member to buy more secondhand clothes for her husband to sell.


Ariana Group's story

This is Ariana group, made up of seven female members. Farzana is the group leader. All the group members hope that they will be successful and will be able to expand their businesses.

Farzana wants to take a loan for her husband who has a cart he uses for selling secondhand clothes. She has a share in the business with him - she organizes the clothes and irons them, then her husband sells them in his cart.

Salma and Shakera also share a business with their husbands. They clean and package fresh fruit at home then their husbands sell the fruit in their carts.

Khorshed would like to take a loan for her brother’s gas-selling shop. He would like to buy the essential materials for his shop and expand his business.

Malaly wants to take a loan for her husband’s metal shop.

Taheba would like to take a loan for her husband’s dish-selling shop.

Shakila wants to take a loan for her husband’s gas-selling shop.

Together, they requested a group loan of 70,000 Afghani. They admire this effective loan process.

In this group: Farzana, Salma , Shakera , Khorshed, Malaly, Taheba, Shakila
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