Sanaa is a 44-year-old married woman from Baqa'a, Jordan and a mother of five children. She makes pickles and sells olive oil and she is operating from her home.
Sanaa is requesting a loan of 1200 JD to purchase materials needed in making pickles and to purchase olive oil to sell.
Sanaa is looking to rent a plot of land planted with olives trees with an aspiration of purchasing a bigger house that meets her standards.
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