A loan of $950 helped a member to buy more goats in order to raise and sell them.

Tawheb Group's story

This group is called Tawheb. It consists of five women and two men. All of them are living in Taiz, Yemen. They applied for a loan of 200,000 YER (Yemen rials).

Fathia is a 32-year-old married woman with five children, and she is living with them in her own house in one of the Taiz villages in Yemen. Her oldest child is 16 years old, and the youngest one is 3 years old. Because of the high rates of the poverty and illiteracy in the country, most people are illiterate; Fathia is one of the people who are illiterate.

The raising of goats and selling them is her sole income source, and she doesn't have another. She has started in this business many years ago. She inherited this business from her parents. Recently, she has a small amount of goats, and she wants to increase her capital. As a result, Fathia applied for a loan of 30,000 YER from AMB to buy more goats in order to raise and sell them. So, she has a good experience in raising goats and reselling them.

Fathia's dreams are to have a large farm that will allow her to provide her family with all the necessary things they need.

In this group: Suod, Fatima, Insaf, Fathia, Iftehan, Ramzi, Wadee

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