A loan helped to add more food products to her store to increase her family income and educate her children to ensure a bright and better future for them.


Karima's story

Karima is 42, married, and has three children going to school. Her husband works as a laborer with a low and unstable daily income. She started a small grocery store at home to help with their household expenses and improve her children's living conditions.

Karima is asking for a loan to develop her business by adding food products like chips and candies for children and other kinds of biscuits along with basic needs like sugar, tea, pasta, rice, etc. She is very excited about this loan to help her increase her family income and educate her children to ensure a bright and better future for them and she made her prayers with them before God.


This loan is special because:

It aims to support women entrepreneur breadwinners.



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