Warda is a 26-year-old married woman from Marka, Amman, Jordan and a mother of three children.
Warda is selling clothes from her home and she is requesting a loan of 500 JOD to purchase more clothes to sell and expand her business.
Warda is looking to open a shop for her clothes so that she can increase her family's income and improve their living conditions.
Due to culturA. issues, the man in the picture is Warda's husband.
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