A loan of $3,500 helped a member to purchase drawing materials for her students, increasing their number, and to prepare for the exhibition she is working on.


Rana Group's story

Rana is a group composed of four Lebanese friends living in a village in Mount Lebanon. They decided to join hands and acquire a loan in order to support each other financially. Nagham is the leader and featured member of the group. She is a 32-year-old married mother of two children, standing on the far right of the picture.

Nagham is an artist who paints and sells her paintings, and she gives painting lessons for young children. Painting has always been her passion, which is why she would like to enhance her business. Her husband is a guard at the customs, and one of her children is enrolled in a private school. This means that their combined revenue is not sufficient to provide a healthy life for their household, especially since they have to cover the schooling tuition fees.

Nagham decided to establish the group because she would like to purchase drawing materials for her students, increasing their number, and to prepare for the exhibition she is working on.

As for the other group members, Brigitte is wearing a pink t-shirt, Rana is wearing a green shirt, and Rifa is wearing a white shirt with pink pants.

In this group: Rana, Nagham, Brigitte , Rifa
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