Abla is conservative person so she is unwilling to upoad her picture on the internet. The man in the photo is her husband.
Abla is a 39-year-old married woman from Al Russeifeh, Jordan and a mother of five children.
Abla has an exceptional talent in decorating with flowers. She uses her talent and improves it to provide her family with an adittional source of income to provide them with better living conditions.
Abla is requesting a loan of 500 JD to purchase raw materials needed for her flower decorations business.
Abla is looking to expand her business and purchase a home for the family in addition to providing her children with a proper education.
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