I make a living off of my family coffee kiosk. However, with all the electric appliances used in the business, most of the profit went to the energy expenditure. With Taqati loan, I installed a solar energy system which helped decrease my energy bills while my household income increased!

Amal Al-Misadin - Buseira

  • > 140,685 active borrowers
  • >95.80% of active borrowers are women
  • Total amount of loans disbursed is > 25,946,773.
  • Repayment rate is >94.46%
  • > 30,441 loans
  • > 31 international and local awards
  • > 63 branches
  • > 745 employees
  • > 73.15% of employees are women


Ibtisam managed to be the sole provider for her family after the death of her husband may his soul rest in peace. She started selling clothes from her home in Quweismeh, from which she was able o pay for the essential needs of her family.

The 52-year-old Ibtisam said that life wasn’t a joyful ride; once we hit rock bottom after her husband’s death, she had to come up with a plan to secure an income for her and her family of 2, there is where her plan to work with selling clothes came.

Om Muhammad added that if it weren’t for Microfund for Women’s funds, her plan wouldn’t have seen the light as she obtained several Tatweer funds, which allowed her to kickstart her business and expand it.

She continued to describe her experience with Microfund for Women as a wonderful one; it gave her self-confidence and enabled her to manage her family and, in her words, personally and financially, expressing the hope that she one day would expand her business to increasing her income.