A loan of $1,500 helped to renew his shop, which serves low-income families.


Kamaran's story

Kamaran lives in Iraq with his wife and four children. For the last 17 years, he has earned a living by running a store where he sells the most basic products every Iraqi household uses: rice, cereals, and the most basic grains and spices. His store is open to everyone, but to serve the lowest-income families, he carries specific items at a government-subsidized rate. In an effort to improve his and his family's living conditions, he previously took out a loan from Relief International-Iraq to repair his house. He has now taken out a new loan, for $1,500, to improve the conditions of his store and maintain the most basic food items Iraqi families purchase from him.



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