Maha is 34 years old and married woman. She is a mother of four children and lives in Madaba, Jordan.
Maha is looking to have a loan of 500 JD so she can increase her business by purchasing more quantities of cosmetics, clothes and perfumes for trading so her income will increase. In the future, she's looking to cover more areas.
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