A loan of $1,275 helped a member to buy ingredients like flour, oil, shortening, salt, etc. for her business.


Alghzlan Group's story

The members of the "ALGHZLAN" group are all married women, they are Shwayh, Khmisa, Fatima, Shwayh, Rahma and Nadia averaging 30 to 50 years of age with five children. They all live in traditional extended families in the Sana`a, Yemen. They know each other through family, friendship and neighborhood ties. They requested a loan of 270,000 Yemeni Rial (YER).

Shwayh is a leader of the group and is 50 years old. She belongs to the "ALGHZLAN" group. (She is the woman wearing glasses.) She's been selling bread for many years. She says that she does very well with the business. She goes out into the town with a basket to sell bread and also sells it on order which she says she does well; she sells three times a week.

She applied for a loan of 60,000 YER from AMB. She hopes that she'll do better and will use the loan to buy the ingredients she uses to make the bread, such as: flour, oil, shortening, salt, etc. She is happy and hopes to get a lot out of the loan. She hopes the business will continue growing like it's done to date. She is grateful for the support provided.

In this group: Shwayh, Khmisa, Fatima, Shwayh, Rahma, Nadia



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