A loan of $350 helped to buy more livestock to raise and sell.

Yeslem's story

Yaslem is a 51-year-old married man with four children; they live in a house in Mokala, Yemen. His oldest child is 17 years old and the youngest is one year old. Yaslem studied through elementary school, but because of the miserable conditions his family was living in, he couldn't complete his study. The main source of income for people in Mokala is raising and reselling livestock, a livelihood whose knowledge Yaslem inherited from his parents.

Currently, Yaslem has a small number of goats, but he wants to increase his capital. For this reason, he applied for a loan of 70,000 YER to buy more livestock to raise and resell.

Yeslem's dream is to have a large farm that will allow him to generate the financial income he needs to improve his family's living condition.

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