A loan of $950 helped a member to purchase products like fabrics and textiles for their business.

Almostagbal /abeer Group's story

This group is called Al-mostgbal /Abeer and consists of four members who are all female: Ghalia, Noura, Safiah and Mahbah. All of them are friends from Aden, Yemen. They primarily work together in small businesses like sewing. The group took a loan of 200,000 YER.

Mahbah is the leader of their group. (She is the second lady standing on the left covered by a purple, green and white Islamic veil outfit.) She is 40 years old, widowed with eight children and lives in Aden.
Her main business is sewing, which is used to stitch patterns of fabric. She has been in business for several years and she employed two women to help her in her business. With several years of experience to her credit, she now has a good command of her activity. She is taking a loan of 50,000 YER from AMB and intends to use her loan to better develop her business to purchase fabrics and textiles to increase her savings. Her profits will allow her to help her family’s needs.

In the future, Mahbah would like to have a big center to sell other products such as incense, perfumes and different clothes.

In this group: Mahbah, Ghalia, Noura, Safiah

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