Motee' is a young man, 21 years old. He is living with his family: father, mother and six brothers and sisters. He contributes 30% of his business income to cover his family’s expenses.
Motee' finished high school but didn't continue his education. After finishing school he started to help his father in his shop and, after one year of gaining business experience, he decided to start his own business.
Motee' started to sell clothes as a vendor. Then, from the income, he established his own shop in one of Jenin’s small shopping malls.
This is Motee’s first loan with FATEN, but he has been in this activity for four years and he is a very hardworking young man. In the photo, Motee' appears at his shop.
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