A loan of $950 helped to purchase enough vegetables to meet his clientele's demand.


Abdu's story

Abdu is a hardworking man who sells fruits and vegetables every day. He works in Sana'a, Yemen. He is 40 years old and is the married father of nine children who now live independently. He started his business long ago on a movable wheelbarrow usually containing a tomato basket and one other basket of potatoes with small a mount then then he expanded his business and opened a vegetables and fruits store. He bought more vegetables and fruits and the profits were helpful. He uses loans so that he can buy a greater variety of vegetables and fruit. In addition, this has been helping him to cover his family expenses. He applied for a loan of YER 200,000 from Al Amal Microfinance Bank (AMB). He will use this new loan to buy vegetables and fruits so that he can continue making his sales.



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