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Total loan: $2,500
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A loan helped to purchase more sheep.
Waddah is a 24-year-old, single man. He has closed his Internet cafe business because of lack of money and has started working in agriculture, but the income he earns is not enough to cover all his needs. For the past three years, Waddah's family has also been raising and selling sheep and sheep products, which has been a profitable business, but also needs more support to cover the family's needs. Waddah is requesting a USD 2,500 Youth loan from Palestine for Credit & Development (FATEN) to help his family cover the costs of purchasing more sheep and expanding and improving the herd's condition. This will increase sales and improve the family's income. Waddah is very ambitious young man. He is thinking and looking in the near future to create a small lab to produce cheese. Waddah is photographed with the herd.