A loan of $625 helped a member buy pigment materials to draw tattoos on ladies' hands.

Manar Group's story

This group is called Manar. It consists of four members who live in Hodeidah, Yemen. The members have developed business activities and applied for a loan of 130,000 YER. Nadia is a 24-year-old single woman. She currently has a business drawing tattoos on ladies' hands. She learned the trade and has been in this line of work for many years. She has worked in this business to provide her mother with income for expenses. Most of her customers are brides. She would like to expand her business so she applied for a loan from AMB. She will use the loan to increase her capital, and buy pigment(khodhab) materials to draw tattoos on ladies' hands. Working in this manner allows her to help her family move forward.

In this group: Shafiqa, Nadia, Halima, Aisha

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