A loan of $550 helped to purchase hair oil, shampoo, potatoes, onions, lentils, wheat flour, etc. for her grocery shop.


Rahima's story

Rahima is a 29-year-old differently able lady living with her parents and her children in a village in Odisha, India. She runs a grocery shop where she sells lentils, rice, edible oil, wheat flour, spices, salt, biscuits, etc. She has very good relations with her customers. She earns 5,000 INR from this shop, which is not enough for her family to survive. She has a plan to add more stock of what she sells to her shop plus a few more products like hair oil, shampoo, potatoes, onions, etc. Rahima has requested a loan of 30,000 INR to purchase more stock of what she sells and the new products that are mentioned above. She says that doing so will attract more customers as she would be able to fulfill the maximum demands of her customers and will increase her client base. She has a dream of having her children well educated and saving some money for their future.



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