A loan of $2,000 helped to buy summer goods for the store.

Khawlah's story

Khawlah is forty years old. She has four children, two of whom are still at school while the older two are in university. Her husband is a retired government employee who has a small workshop for olive wood carving.

Khawla has a shop in Beit Sahour, a town that is very close to Bethlehem. Khawla sells carpets, bed covers, mattress and cushion covers, curtains, and mats. She started the business four years ago to meet her children's university expenses.

She approached FATEN to get a loan to buy goods for the summer since a lot of people get married during this season, and the demand for such products increases.

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