Microfinance trend to food production and livelihood
Due to war impacts, Saad Saadallah stopped working on a fuel tanker, returned to his village and cultivated his land in Qaa Albawn in #Amran #Yemen. Saad took three credits from the Azal Islamic Microfinance Program and his assets were doubled and land was expanded. Today, Saad is employeeing dozens of displaced women and men in collecting potatoe and onion crops for a daily wage and some of the farm products.
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