A loan of $925 helped to buy basic products such as rice, sugar, flour, beans and soft drinks to sell.


Shawgy's story

Shawgy is a 26-year-old young man who lives in Taiz, Yemen. He couldn't access an education due to his family's financial problems. He decided to start his own business and opened a retail shop. He has been operating his business for four years and is the person who pays for the household expenses in the home he shares with his parents. He aspires to having his business offer a good future and a good quality of life.

He is a friendly person and always has a smile for his customers.

Shawgy wants his business to increase its sales so he can prosper financially and offer his parents a better future, because he is a person who has had to fight against adversity his whole life.

In order for his business to increase its sales, he needs to buy more products to offer more variety for his customers. Nonetheless, he doesn't have enough capital right now to do it. That is why he requests a youth loan of 200,000 YER from AMB. The loan will allow him to buy basic products such as rice, sugar, flour, beans and soft drinks to offer in his business and thus increase his sales.

In the future, Shawgy hopes that with the extra income that he will generate, he can offer a better quality of life to his parents and they can prosper financially, so in the future they can have the financial stability they have wished for so much.



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