Suzan is 38 years old and a married woman. She is a mother of two children, and she lives in Al Hashmi, Amman, Jordan.
Suzan wants to take out a loan of 400 JOD so she can buy a knitting machine to make more products like clothes and table covers to sell at exibitions and to companies. Her income will increase accordingly.
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