A loan of $1,325 helped a member to purchase grocery products to resell to her customers.


Om-Wajdan Group's story

This group, called Om-Wajdan, is comprised of four members, all of whom are female. They are from Aden, Yemen, and they know each other very well as they have lived in the same area for a long time. They have different businesses. They have requested a loan of 280,000 YER. One group member, Khadija, is a 66-year-old, married woman. She has five children. She has been selling grocery products and getting a small daily income. She started her own business, which is her main source of income. Her business is not going well, due to the lack of money to stock her shelves. This is why she's requesting a loan of 80,000 YER from AMB, which she will use to purchase grocery products for her business. She hopes she can improve her family's financial stability with this investment, and enjoy a better quality of life.

In this group: Huda, Khadija, Faiza, Asia
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