A loan of $1,000 helped to buy a new slicer machine that would facilitate the work in her bakery. She also needs to install a new balustrade in her house.


Sanaa's story

Sanaa is a 49-year-old married mother. She has 11 children, six of whom are still living under her roof. She owns her own small bakery where she prepares Lebanese bread for the whole village. Her husband is a retired army officer, but his retirement salary is not enough to provide for his entire family. They have two children in a private school and two other children in a public school, which means they also have schooling expenses to settle on top of all the other expenses. Sending her children to school is very important for Sanaa because she wants them to have the opportunities that she unfortunately could not get, since the highest education she ever got was an elementary school degree. Thus, improving her socioeconomic situation would help her keep her children in school without it being a heavy burden on the family's shoulders. This is why she decided to contact Al Majmoua and acquire a loan. In fact, she needs to buy a new slicer machine that would facilitate the work in her bakery. She also needs to install a new balustrade in her house. In the future, Sanaa wishes to expand her business.



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