A loan of $2,000 helped a member to purchase raw materials such as flour, oil, thyme and cheese to strengthen her business.


Timani Group's story

Temani is a group composed of three Lebanese women. They decided to form the group in order to support each other financially. Iman is the leader and featured member of the group. She is a 47-year-old married mother of two children, and she is standing in the center of the picture. She owns a small bakery where she prepares manakish, the traditional Lebanese breakfast served with several different delicious toppings (cheese, thyme etc…). Her husband also owns a small business where he is charge of car painting. Her children are enrolled in a public school because they cannot afford anything more expensive. She decided to establish this group in order to purchase raw materials such as flour, oil, thyme and cheese to strengthen her business . In addition to that, she might buy furniture to enhance the environment of her household.

As for the other group members, Zeina is the woman wearing red, while Abir is standing on the far right of the picture.

In this group: Iman, Abir, Zeina
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