Because Kholod is a conservative person, she is unwilling to upload her picture on the Internet. The man in the photo is her son.
Kholod is a 40-year-old married woman from Irbid, Jordan. She is the mother of four children.
Kholod sells home products and she is requesting a loan of 500 JOD to purchase home products for trading purposes.
Kholod is looking to expand her business and improve her family's life conditions.
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