Total loan: $725


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Khrebit Alsouq - Amamn, , Jordan / Retail

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A loan helped to buy goods to sell in her home-based mini market.

Maymouna's story

Maymouna is a Jordanian married woman. Her husband works as a freelancer. In his job, he doesn’t get enough money to cover the family and the children’s needs. So, Maymouna started a small business from home. She bought some grocery and basic goods to sell in her area.

In a little period of time, Maymouna became known among her neighbors and they started to depend on her small market in covering their needs for goods.

Due to the increase of requests, Maymouna needed to provide her business with more products. So, she took a loan of 500 JOD to buy the needed goods.

Maymouna is dreaming of opening her own market soon.

Note: Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, staff from Kiva's Field Partner Microfund for Women are working from home and temporarily do not have access to their internal loan system which stores this borrower's exact repayment schedule. In order to ensure they can still post borrowers in need to the Kiva website, this loan was posted with an approximate repayment schedule, in the form of a single bullet payment at the end of the loan. However, Microfund for Women will report and send repayments to Kiva as they are actually collected.