A loan of $2,350 helped to buy canned food, spices, soft drinks and other groceries for his business.

Mohammed's story

Mohammed is a 40-year-old, married man with 6 children who lives in Sana`a, Yemen. He has gone through some hardships in his life. However, because of his dedication and desire to get ahead in life, he has been able to overcome these difficulties and make progress, together with his family. He owns a grocery store where he offers basic consumer goods for sale. He has been operating his business for seven years. He started his business with a small retail shop, and he expanded his it until it became a grocery store.

Recently, his inventory of merchandise has diminished considerably. With the intention of increasing the quantity of products that he offers, he wants to buy more food products to display for his customers. However, he does not have enough capital to make all of these purchases. For this reason, he requested a loan of 500,000 YER from AMB. This loan will allow him to buy grocery items like canned food, spices, and soft drinks. In the future, he would like to own a supermarket.

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