Kifayeh is 41 years old. She lives in the family house in Tulkarem, with her husband and her child.
Kifayeh sells various kinds of foodstuffs in her grocery store, such as cookies, candies, soft drinks, juices, macaroni, and many other items. She opened the store five years ago. Her husband works at a public institution with a low salary, so this business increased her family income.
For religious and cultural reasons, the loan officer couldn’t take a picture for Kifayeh. The one who’s pictured is Kifayeh’s husband.
Kifayeh has a shortage of money, so she is requesting a loan from Ryada to purchase foodstuffs for her grocery store, such as cookies, candies, soft drinks, juices, macaroni, and many other items and to make new decorations, so she would be able to increase her stock.
Kifayeh is very grateful to everyone who helps her to achieve success in her business through this loan.
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