Abdullah is a 36-year-old married man from Al Hussein, Amman, Jordan and a father of four children.
Abdullah has a printing house which he started years ago with a smaller office for printing.
Abdullah is looking to improve his project through purchasing some raw materials and a new printing machine, thus he is requesting a loan of 1800 JD.
An aspiration of Abdullah's is to have his printing house be the number one supplier for the local market.
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