Mohammed A. K. is a young man, currently twenty years of age. When his father lost his job, Mohammed quit school to help provide for his family, thus ending his life long dream of getting a higher education. Instead, Mohammed opened a small cafeteria which supports his parents and his five younger brothers.
Mohammed is requesting a loan of $1200 to buy tables and chairs for his cafeteria as well as some additionA. cooking equipment. The new seating and improved cooking equipment will help him increase his income and provide a better standard of living for his family. He thanks all who make this loan possible.
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