A loan of $725 helped to buy oil, beans, soft drinks, sugar, bread, milk and other products for his business.

Mohammed's story

Mohammed is 51 years old, married and the father of six children. He lives in Sana`a, Yemen.

He started his business using his own capital, money that he had earning from his previous job. He began selling firewood, through which his business grew. He continued bringing in more products until he noticed he had converted his business to a grocery store. He has been operating this business for ten years. He always relies on his strength and plans to expand his business and have his own store.

He is taking out the loan of 150,000 YER to buy oil, beans, sugar, bread, coffee, milk and soft drinks. He hopes very much that added inventory will help him with his business.

Mohammed's goal is to give a good future to his children and make his grocery store productive and profitable.

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