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Mahmoud Douaihi abu bliemah
Hesham issam Amer
Mohammed Sameer Al basoss
Mahmoud Samih Rowaished
Omaiyma Abu El Khier
My dream was to establish Al-Usama kindergarten and nursery in Gaza Strip.”, said Omaiyma. “I wanted to provide special care for the children. My hope is to make of a child a free and intelligent human being.” She added, “I started with myself by making my dream a reality. But I needed finance to support project, I was so happy to know of Islamic Relief and apply for a Qard Hasan which is a non-interest loan. I applied for it and I got the approval.” “I am very proud of establishing a kindergarten in a short time which became a distinguished one in Gaza Strip and I am so thankful for all those who financed my project and made my dream come true.”, she said happily.
The Successful Story of Sobhiya Hasan Klab
Sobhiya Klab did not expected a day that her living condition would be better not even a small change, for she and her family were going from bad to worst in their situation until she had an opportunity that may change her life and that what happened where she went to Wafaa International Institution asking for support to her sewing and crafts project and she say about this stage “At first I used to sew these crafts at home and sell them to the neighborhood nearby and some relatives until you gave me this chance to rent a shop as a step to develop the work and thanks god it is working where the work is progressing and hopefully it will be better” and she continues thanking Wafaa International Group and The International Islamic Charity Organization for their efforts in lending and funding hoping from them to continue their job in helping needy people who find no source of income to live under the siege condition and she thanked them on what they provide her from support where she is now committed in paying back the loan and can spend on her house and her children.
The Successful Story of Al Hussein Abou Slaymah
His situation does not differs a lot from other graduate students who don’t find any job opportunity in their majors and are seeking in short term employment projects and few of them who take the opportunity and find a job at the end of their search. But what differs Al Hussein Abou Slaymah from others is his father who is a retired cultivation engineer and raise rabbits, but the lack of money was a barrier to him where Al Hussein says: “my dad encouraged me to open a project of raising rabbits and he’ll help me in supervision and follow up but I failed in getting a capital for the project until I knew about Wafaa International Group where it did her role cooperating with The International Islamic Charity Organization to finance the project. Al Hussein thanks Wafaa International Group and The International Islamic Charity Organization by saying: “I hope that they continue to provide more help for the projects especially the ones for young unemployed people.” And he continues by saying regarding his outlook to the future: “from this project I can repay the monthly installment and save the rest for the wedding expenses.
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