A loan of $850 helped a member to acquire articles for embroidery, such as needles and thread, thus giving her the opportunity to improve her business income.


Aseela Group's story

This is a group with initiative, values, and good proposals on how to conduct business nowadays. The group is called "Aseela" and consists of four women. They live in Sana'a, Yemen. They are each interested in developing their business. They requested a loan of 180,000 YER.

Aseela is the group leader. She is 32 years old, married, and the mother of two children. Her business is embroidery, ladies' clothes, bags, and children's clothes. This has been her sole source of income for over five years. She began this activity as a result of the lack of a clothes market in her neighborhood. With the income from her business she can improve her home and enjoy more comfort.

At the present time, her business doesn't get her enough profits due to the bad situation in Yemen. She applied for a loan of 50,000 YER from AMB to acquire articles for embroidery, such as needles and thread, thus giving her the opportunity to improve her business income. In the future, she would like to expand her business to open manual labor stores.

In this group: Ashwaq, Lila, Kamilia, Aseela



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