Maha is a 33-year-old female from Madaba, Jordan. She is married and a mother of three children.
Maha is doing jameed (traditionA. food made from yoghurt) from home and selling it to the neighbors and family.
Maha is requesting a loan of 600 JD to purchase raw materials needed to make jameed.
Maha is looking to improve her family's living conditions by increasing her income.
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