A loan of $1,175 helped a member to buy skirts, shirts; sport uniforms, scarves, etc for her business.

Osama Group's story

This group is called “OSAMA.” The five members of the group are Warda, Aisha, Khadigh, Fatima and Fawzih. They are all females from Aden, Yemen.They are hard working and work in different businesses. They took a loan of 250,000 YER. Aisha’s is the leader of the group. She is 41 and married. She is the woman who holds the currency paper in the photo and she has three children. She has been selling clothes for over 10 years. She started her business by collecting money from the association.

She decided on this business because she says she wanted to find a way to improve her quality of life and that of her family and to offer her little children a good education. She applied for a loan of 50,000 YER from AMB. She will use the loan to buy skirts, shirts, sport uniforms, scarves, etc. to continue selling her articles of clothing.

Her dream is to expand her locale a bit more to have it better stocked with articles of clothing and continue with her sales this way. In this way, she will obtain more and better income to continue supporting her children in their studies so that they can have good professional careers.

In this group: Wardh, Aisha, Khadigh, Fatima, Fawzih

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