A loan of $5,400 helped a member to buy a sewing machine, an over-sewing machine, and fabric.

Razia's Group's story

Razia, a member of Razia's Group, is a 52-year-old, married, Iraqi woman and a mother of seven children. Razia started sewing to support her family when she was 27 years old. During this period, she became a well-known person in her neighborhood and the old sewing machine is no longer efficient to keep up with the demand. She gained an excellent reputation in the neighborhood, thanks to the quality of her work and affordable prices.

Razia is requesting a loan from Izdiharona for Economic Development to buy a new sewing machine, an over-sewing machine, and fabric, so she can increase her production. She is aiming to grow her business and sell her products to clothes shops, so that she may continue assisting her husband in providing the family income.

The story of Razia and her sewing business is just one of the many examples of Izdiharona for Economic Development clients.

The group preferred to blur their faces for cultural reasons.

In this group: Razia, Bnar, Samira

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