A loan of $875 helped a member to buy more clothes to sell.


Hamasa-E One Group's story

This is Hamasa-e one group. This group is made up of three members. Sedeqa is the group leader. She is 40 years old, married, and has six children: four sons and two daughters. She wants to take a loan for her husband’s business of selling clothes from a cart. Her husband is old, so his son supports him as well. These three members have requested a group loan of 42,000 Afghani. Rahmatullah, who is the second member of Hamasa-e one group, has a business selling mobile cards. He supports his family members using the income from his business. His purpose in getting a loan is to expand his business. The last member is Hamasa who is a tailor. Since the Taliban regime, she has been sewing clothes because at that time they had lots of economic problems. Now with the Kiva loan, she wants to buy a new sewing machine and wants to start her business in a new way to support her husband and children. They all would like to thank the Kiva lenders.

In this group: Sedeqa, Rahmatullah, Hamasa
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