A loan of $750 helped a member to purchase more tailoring material, such as thread, buttons, zippers and fabric, in order to sew clothes and sell in her area.

Ramadana Al- Hodeidah Group's story

This group is called Ramadana Al- Hodeidah. It consists of four ladies who live in Hodeidah, Yemen. They applied for a loan of 160,000 YER from AMB.

Ramadana is a hardworking woman. She is a 43-year-old widow and a mother of six children. Her oldest child is 19 years old and the youngest one is nine years old. She is the leader of the group.

Ramadana started her business of sewing and selling women clothes door-to-door many years ago. After her husband passed away several years ago, Ramadana assumed the sole responsibility of caring for her children. She started her business with a small amount of capital. Year by year, her business improves, but most of what she earns from profits go to the expenses of the family.

She has good experience in the business. Thanks to experience, she deals with her own business with ease. Unfortunately, the income of this business is not enough to cover all the expenses of the family, and she wants to improve her business further. For this reason, she applied for a loan of 50,000 YER from AMB in order to purchase more sewing materials, such as fabric, thread, buttons and zippers, in order to sew clothes and sell in her area.
She looks forward to expanding her business by opening a large store for sewing clothes and selling them. She hopes to purchase more dressmaking machines to increase her business even more.

In this group: Shrok, Fatima, Ramadana, Joma

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