Saeda is a 33-year-old married woman from Madaba, Jordan. She is the mother of three children.
Saeda makes dairy products by milking goats and sheeps and she works from her home.
Saeda is requesting a loan of 500 JOD to purchase materials needed in making dairy products.
Saeda is looking to expand her business and improve her income.
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