Majeeda refused to have her picture uploaded on the internet due to cultural issues, so the man in the photo is her brother-in-law's son.
Majeeda is a 31-year-old married woman from Bani Kenanah, Irbid, Jordan and a mother of three children.
Majeeda has an interesting project: she breeds bees in beehives and she is requesting a loan of 800 JD to to increase her beehives and the production of honey.
Majeeda is looking to move her project into a bigger place so that she can increase the number of beehives and thus the amount of honey her bees produce.
an aspiration of Majjeda's is to improve her family's living conditions and improve their living standard.
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