A loan of $475 helped to purchase more fruits for resale to the local residents.


Solyman's story

Solyman is a 35-year-old, married man with only one child, who is seven years old. He lives with his a small family in Mokala, Yemen. He has a University education. Due to high rates of the unemployment in the country, Solyman couldn't find a job in order to look after his family. As a result, Solyman decided to start his own business selling many kinds of fruits in the street. He has started in his business for more than seven years. Solyman makes modest profits, but most of what he earns goes to the expenses of his family. This business is the sole income source of Solyman's family. Solyman wants to increase the income of his business, but he doesn't have enough money to do that. As a result, Solyman is requesting a loan of 98,000 YER from AMB in order to purchase more of fruits for resale to the local residents. Solyman looks forward to opening a grocery in his area in order to make a secure future for his children.



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