A loan of $1,250 helped a member increase inventory of used clothes, African-print material, and local food produce.

Tehmenaneh Group's story

Yeabu T. is 41 years old and married with three children. She sells local agricultural products such as rice, palm oil and peanuts. She works hard go generate income for her children's school requirements. Married to a subsistance farmer, Yeabu invested part of her loan into food production and she is happy that the family had good harvest of rice, cassava and peanuts to last until next season. Her business and income also increased, and she would like to further diversify the business.

Yeabu is the leader for a business group that also includes Ya Marie S., who sells dishes; Ya Marie T., who sells used clothing; and Ismail K., who owns a stall of African-print cotton materials in the same town. The group is requesting a loan so each member can expand their business.

In this group: Yeabu, Ya Marie, Ya Marie, Ishmail
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