A loan of $1,125 helped a member to purchase food materials for her house to make food for the family.


Jona Group's story

Jona is a group which comprises of six members of women who live in Sana'a, Yemen. They applied for a loan of 240,000 YER from AMB.

Warda is the leader of the group. She is a 55-year-old married woman with seven children. Her oldest child is 32 years old and the youngest one is 10 years old. She is an uneducated woman.

Warda's husband has a small grocery in his area. Due to the low income of the grocery, his family passes with an economical crisis most days. So, Warda wants to help her husband with the expenses of her family, and she wants to improve the living standards of it through saving all kinds of food materials inside the house in order to make good foods for the family. For this reason, she applied for a loan of 40,000 YER from AMB in order to purchase food materials for her house to make food for the family.

Warda looks forward to preparing her house with all kinds of foods materials in order to save a secure future for the family.

In this group: Wahda, Warda, Iman, Inas, Fyroz, Naziha
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