A loan of $550 helped to buy food items such as beans, sugar, cheese, eggs and fruits.

Mohammed's story

Mohammed is a 32-year-old married man and the father of three children. He lives in Sana'a, Yemen. His educational background is primary school only. His business is a cafeteria, which he has been running for seven years. He offers his customers all types of staple products, such as hot drinks, fresh juices and sandwiches. In addition, he has employed two workers in his business.

He started as a worker in the same business. Then he strived to collect more money in order to buy the business. The business allows him to support his family. Mohammed says that he is already established with customers in the area and highly esteemed by his neighbors and customers, who consider him a responsible man. He has been able to attract his clients because he makes all types of delicious foods and tasty juices.

Mohammed wants to acquire more products with which he can grow his business in order to achieve his objective. So he applied for a loan of 120,000 YER from AMB to buy food items such as beans, sugar, cheese, eggs and fruits

In the future, Mohammed would like to send his children to high school as well as open a new cafeteria in a strategic place.

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