A loan of $675 helped a member to acquire mobile recharge cards to sell to customers, thus giving her the opportunity to improve the income from her business.


Sebaq-Alzmn Group's story

This group is called Sebaq-Alzmn. It is made up of four women who are neighbors from Aden, Yemen. They are hardworking women. They are taking a loan of 140,000 YER. Fawziah is the group leader; she is 38 years old and married. She is a very efficient woman, she says, because aside from caring for her family, she likes to work and thus help her family. She has six children all of whom are in school. Her business is selling mobile recharge cards, which has been her sole source of income for over three years. She started her business selling in the market in her area with limited capital. At the present time, her business doesn't make more profit because she lacks capital to expand her business. So she has applied for a loan of 50,000 YER from Kiva partner AMB to acquire mobile recharge cards to sell, thus giving her the opportunity to improve the income from her business.

In this group: Sali, Fawzia, Swbina, Jabra
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