A loan of $700 helped a member to purchase sweets to use for her business.


Al-Tawn Group's story

This group is called Al-Tawn and it consists of four ladies. Eyman is a 29-year-old woman who lives in Sana'a, Yemen. She runs a business selling different types of sweets. Since she had a small business and there wasn't another bakery in the area, she attracted customers by making tasty sweets for them. Eyman not only uses her business as a source of income but also for social purposes, including providing the poor with sweets, especially during festivals and weddings seasons. Recently, Eyman's business has decreased leading to a decline in her profits. She has had to stop providing sweets to poor people because of the current situation facing Yemen. She is requesting a loan of 40,000 YER from Kiva partner AMB in order to purchase sweet materials to use for her business. She hopes to increase her profits and continue providing sweets at social occasions.

In this group: Eyman, Amany, Sahar, Noura



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