A loan of $1,000 helped to buy special machines necessary for making her food production work faster.


Layla's story

Layla is a 41-year-old married mother of six children. Five of her children are enrolled in schools, three public and two private. Her husband works fixing car bodies. His low income and the increasing family needs encouraged Layla to start her own business from home. Those who have tasted her food assured her that it has a special quality and they encouraged her to start her own business.
So, in 2009 she started her own food production and sales from home. Layla prepares a lot of frozen food in addition to cleaning and freezing vegetables.
To improve her business and respond faster to the increased number of customers' requests, she is applying for a loan to buy a special meat mincing machine. That will make her work faster and more professionally and she will also decrease her costs (instead of paying for a butcher for meat mincing) and improve the quality of food produced.
She will also buy another electrical machine specialized for food preparations to expand the range of food prepared.
She hopes that one day she might open a catering company that will serve a lot of weddings and funerals.



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