Khader is a 50-year-old married man from Baqa'a, Jordan and a father of seven children.
Years ago, Khader started his business by providing only hot drinks. Shortly after, he improved his business by employing two persons to work with him and then he started providing cold drinks, too.
Now Khader is requesting a loan of 1500 JD to purchase materials needed for his project with an aspiration of opening another branch of his shop.
Khader is looking to have his sons work at the branches that he is going to open so that he can improve their living conditions and their living standards.
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