A loan of $2,400 helped to buy a generator for his grocery store and more goods to sell.


Akil's story

Akil lives in Iraq. He is 48 years old, married and has six children, two of whom are employed and help their father provide for the family, while their siblings go to school. Akil runs a grocery store where he sells items such as drinks, snacks, dairy products and detergents. He has long experience in this field, because he used to help his father run a grocery store when he was a child. In 2008, Akil established his own business and has earned an excellent reputation in his neighborhood. He is requesting a loan for $2,400, and will use this loan to buy a generator for his grocery store and more items to sell. His goal is to grow his business and increase his profits so that he can provide his family with higher living standards.



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