A loan of $1,000 helped a member to buy mobile recharge cards to sell.

Al-Basma Group's story

This group, called Al-Basma, consists of five members who are all females, and Fadhila is the group leader. They are from Aden, Yemen. All their projects are home-based; however, they have many clients, and they are mostly women. All the group members are considered hardworking people who very much want to get ahead. This group took out a loan of 210,000 YER. Fadhila is 25 years old, married, and has four children. She lives in Aden. She’s actively a part of this, and she says that she’s very happy because her business has improved little by little. She has been distributing mobile recharge cards. She started her business because she wanted to help her family with their children’s expenses and to have her own money to cover any unexpected costs. She loves her work and aspires to continue it. For this reason, she’s asking for a youth loan of 50,000 YER from AMB to continue buying mobile recharge cards, which will help her get more profit from her business.

In this group: Basma, Fadhila, Kfah, Shadhra, Wala

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