A loan of $725 helped a member to buy new kinds of fruit and vegetables to boost profits.

Al-Madhina Group's story

Al-Madhina is a group of three women and a man living in Taiz, Yemen. They were granted a loan of 150,000 by AMB. They aim to improve their businesses by using this loan.

Hasson is 36 years old, married, and the mother of six children between 15 and four years old. She started a small business selling fruits and vegetables three years ago, but she has found it difficult to accumulate a large amount of money to buy various kinds of fruits and vegetables because most of the profits she makes go to clothes and food for her family and to expenses like school fees.

Therefore, Hasson decided to apply for a loan of 50,000 YER to expand her business and include new kinds of fruits and vegetables to boost profits. Hasson looks forward to opening a small grocery store in the near future instead of selling her goods in the street. This would attract more customers and improve the family's income and help them pass the poverty line.

In this group: Hasson, Latifa, Eftkhar, Saeed

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