Total loan: $725


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Badya East, Mafraq Governorate, Jordan / Agriculture

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A loan helped a refugee to buy supplies and packages for her home-based dairy production business.

Shadia's story

Shadia is a 30 years old, separated, refugee from Syria, who is responsible for 4 children. She kept looking for an income source to cover her children’s needs and keep them safe.

Shadia had some knowledge in dairy production, as she used to produce for her family before. But now she thought of using this knowledge in making some money.

She started by buying sheep for their milk, then started to produce yogurt and other products made of milk.

The main challenge was promoting her products, as she is in new area and not a lot of people knew her. But that for sure wasn’t something to stop her. She started approaching her relatives and their chain and introducing herself and her products. Some people tried and loved them, then the word of mouth spread wider and wider and she got more customers each time. That required her to buy more supplies, pots, and packages to produce more for her loyal customers, so she decided ask for a 500 JDs loan to cover her business’s needs to expand.
Shadia is dreaming of having her own shop and make her business famous