A loan of $950 helped to buy food staples in order to stock his store and offer his customers a greater variety.


Mohammed's story

Mohammed is a 25-year-old single man who lives in Sana`a, Yemen. Approximately five years ago, Mohammed started his business, a grocery store selling staples. This business is Mohammed’s source of income so that he is able to give his family a better quality of life. Thanks to his good products and the good service that he offers, he has a large clientele, which allows him to have a very good level of sales.

With the thought of generating more income and being able to offer his customers a greater variety of products, Mohammed wants to increase the stock of products that he has. However, he does not have enough capital to be able to buy the products from his providers. He therefore requested a loan of 200,000 YER (Yemen rials) from AMB that will give him the opportunity to buy food staples in order to stock his store and offer his customers a greater variety. He hopes that with the loan, he will be able to increase his sales because he will be offering his customers more products.



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