A loan of $475 helped a member to pay for purchasing clothes, perfumes, incense and henna.

Ala'a Group's story

Ala'a group consists of five women from Al-Hodeida, Yemen. They have requested for a loan of 100,000 YER to pay for the purchase of clothes, perfumes, incense and henna.

Madrah, a 35-year-old married woman with four children, is the leader of the group. She lives with her family. She had started up a business selling boiled potatoes in a street market two years ago when her husband became unable to pay for essential living expenses. This business was profitable. She then moved into selling women's clothes. Madrah wants to expand her business. She plans to sell perfumes, incense and henna in addition to the clothes, so she applied for a loan in the amount of 20,000 YER. Madrah looks forward to opening a store for selling clothes and cosmetics.

In this group: Iman, Saedah, Yebis, Madrah, Rabe'ah
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