A loan helped to purchase some food grocery products like oils, canned butter, flour, tea, sugar, rice, and pasta.


Howida's story

Howida is 29, married, and has 3 children, her husband works as a worker with a low and unstable income. She says the family income isn't enough for the family's needs. She agreed with her husband to start selling food products in the house to save the rent money to the family.

She applied for a Kiva loan from TADE to purchase some food grocery products like oils, canned butter, flour, tea, sugar, rice, and pasta. She hopes to attract more customers with new goods. She is a very supportive wife and mother; she is striving to give her children a more stable life and good education.



She dreams life becomes easier with her husband to spend more time with the children and find a stable job.


This loan is special because:

It aims to support women entrepreneur breadwinners.



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