A loan helped to buy more goods to sell at her mini market business.

Soundos's story

Soundos is a 19-year-old Jordanian woman who is married. Her husband is in the military and she has a mini market business. She sells different types of goods, such as chocolate, potato chips and other things that are kids' favorites, as well as grocery items.

The business has helped Soundos and her husband a lot. She was able to pay off many debts and bought a refrigerator. It is an important income source of the family.

Soundos is currently facing a financial problem in that she can't increase the amount of goods to sell in the business. A loan of 600 JD will be a great support for her. It will allow her to buy the goods she needs.

A big shop is her dream. She will work hard in order to fulfill it in the future.

This loan is special because:

It empowers the most vulnerable and marginalized women in Jordan.

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