A year ago she opened her shop from her personal savings, and decided to take a loan to get more clothes and to expand her business.
Sabrin's future goal is to finish her B.A. degree and to expand her shop.
Competition in the clothing market is the biggest challenge for Sabrin, as there are many clothes store in the city.
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This loan is governed by Islamic lending principles. Because Islamic Law prohibits the charging of interest, ACAD is charging 0% interest on this loan. This is a Murabaha loan, which means that ACAD purchases goods for borrowers and charges a fee or mark-up. Click here to learn more about this loan type and Kiva's approach to lending in the Islamic world.
Important InformationThe Arab Center for Agricultural Development (ACAD) is a microfinance organization operating in Ramallah, Palestine. Founded in 1993, it provides micro-loans, small loans, and agriculture loans and more to poor and low-income Palestinian entrepreneurs. ACAD focuses on several areas of development including offering credit, fostering community and building cooperatives.
Kiva lenders’ funds are used to help ACAD serve more people in remote areas, especially farmers working in agricultural cooperatives. Additionally, these funds enable ACAD to offer loans at lower interest rates to ensure that even the poorest Palestinians have access to affordable credit.
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