A loan of $3,000 helped to repair and renovate the walls of his bakery.

Kawa's story

Kawa, age 45, is the owner of a typical Iraqi bakery, where he and his three staff members produce hundreds of pieces of flat bread per day. It is made by stretching the dough thin on a pillow which is then used for throwing the dough onto the side walls of the cave-like oven. He has been in this business for nine years.

Kawa has requested a loan from Relief International Microfinance Iraq in the amount of 3,000 USD to make essential repairs and renovations to his bakery, which has become dark from years of built-up smoke on the walls.

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