A loan of $1,000 helped a member to purchase a new cupboard for the clothes and a bed for the bedroom.


Wajida Al- Waytat Group's story

Wajida Al- Waytat is a group that consists of five women from Sana'a, Yemen. They applied for a loan of 210,000 YER from AMB. Wajida is the leader of the group. She is a 46-year-old married woman with seven children. Wajida is an uneducated woman, but she is very dynamic and vigorous. She works as a housewife. Wajida's family is very large. This makes the house not organized on most of days. Her house lacks many home appliances. She can't afford that. The members of the family have no places to hang their clothes. They hang the clothes on the windows and this negatively affects the house organization, which makes Wajida feel ashamed, especially when she meets visitors inside the house. Also, the house lacks some furniture. For this reason, Wajida requested a loan of 50,000 YER in order to purchase a new cupboard for the clothes and a bed for the bedroom. Wajida looks forward to furnishing all her house. She hopes to send her children to a private school.

In this group: Asma, Samira, Jamila, Wajida, Hend
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