Ahmad from Madaba, Jordan is 25 years and has a grocery store.
Ahmad is just starting his project and is requesting a loan of 1500 JD to purchase more products for the store.
An aspiration of Ahmad is to improve his project and expand it to include frozen food. He is looking to increase his income and sales volume so that he can get married.
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