A loan of $650 helped to complete his stock and ship more boxes to the bazaar.


Mohammad Rahim's story

Mohammad Rahim is married. He lives with his wife. His children are married, and his wife is a homemaker, so he is supporting her. He works as a tinsmith, a business that he has been involved in for more than 14 years in Kabul. He has a good number of workers; some of his students are good workers. They have shops in Kabul. But he has 3 workers now, so he needs a loan to further his business. In the last 5 months, he is looking weak in his business.



He bought a house in Kabul and he spent all his money on his house, but now he can't work well. Therefore he needs a loan. He wants to take out an individual loan to complete his stock and ship more boxes to the bazaar.



He is happy with this loan process in his country. He suggests other workers should use these loans and he wants to thank lenders.


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