A loan of $675 helped a member to purchase food materials for all the needs of the house through Ramadan month.

Al- Sedk Wal- Amana Group's story

Al- Sedk Wal-Amana is a group comprised of four women who live in Sana'a, Yemen. They have applied for a loan of 140,000 YER from AMB.

Nabela is the leader of the group, a 41-year-old married woman living with her children in their own house in the capital city of Sana'a. She is a very active and dynamic woman who works as a housewife, while her husband is the sole breadwinner of the family.

Most people purchase many kinds of foods for their houses during the holy month of Ramadhan, to be consumed during the fasting breaks. The people fast during the day, and they need delicious and good food for their break in the evening. For this reason, Nabela will use her portion of the loan 40,000 YER from AMB to purchase the appropriate foods.

Nabela looks forward to building the second floor of her house and renting the first floor in order to improve the living conditions of the family. She hopes to open a saving account with AMB.

In this group: Huda, Somia, Amat, Nabela

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