Kefah is a conservative woman so she is unwilling to upload her photo on the internet. The photo is of her husband.
Kefah is 34 years old and a married woman, a mother of 8 children. She lives in Madaba, Jordan.
Kefah is looking to have a loan of 400 JDs so she can increase her home sales to help her to own a grocery shop in the future.
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