A loan of $375 helped a member to pay for purchasing clothes for resale.

Jamal Al-Hodeida Group's story

Jamal Al-Hodeida is a group of four poor women from Al-Hodeida,Yemen. They asked for a 80,000 YER from AMB to pay for the purchase of clothes for resale.

Shoa'iah is a 49-year-old uneducated married woman with eight children from Al-Hodeida. She started her business selling clothes two months ago to help her husband pay for her family's living expenses. Living expenses have increased rapidly in Yemen, especially in the last two years. The number of poor people has increased. Shoa'iah decided to help her hardworking husband and become a door-to-door women's and kids' clothing seller. She needs capital to purchase more clothes for resale, so she applied for a loan in the amount of 20,000 YER as part of the group. Shoa'iah hopes to improve her family's living standards and enroll her children in high quality universities and schools.

In this group: Karosha, Mariem, Jomah, Shoa'iah

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