A loan of $1,000 helped to buy more hookas in order to increase his income.

Khodor's story

Khodor is a 20-year-old single man who rents hookas, which are also known as sheesha or waterpipes. They are a single-or multi-stemmed, often glass-based instruments for smoking, in which the smoke is cooled and filtered by passing through water. It comes with special flavors and it's becoming very popular among people in the Middle East.

Khodor started his business in 2006, and it's improving a lot. He sends the hookas by delivery to homes or businesses as requested.

His shop is small but is good enough to handle all the preparations for deliveries.

Khodor is requesting his first loan from Al Majmoua in order to increase the number of hookas he owns, which will increase his income.

Kkhodor used to work as a car mechanic--he used to be an employee--but he insisted on making his own business with less capital requirements. He's smart about what he's doing and hopes to improve his business more and more, and to get a larger shop to start expecting clients to visit his cafe.

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