Zain is a conservative woman so she is unwilling to upload her photo on the internet. The photo is of her brother.
Zain is a 21-year-old single woman who lives in Al Salt, Jordan. She has taken out a 600 JD loan. She needs to buy raw materials to make milk products.
Because she's under 30 years old, her loan is considered as a youth loan.
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