Saa'ed is 32 years old and lives with his family in Gaza; he has four children. Three years ago, he started his own coffee shop business for hot drinks usage in his town. It was an impressive step forward, and that's why he is working hard to improve it.
Saa'ed still needs to improve his business, so he asked Ryada for this loan to buy a refrigerator and expand the coffee business. This will increase his customers, which will lead to increasing his income. He hopes that someday his shop will be the most well-known shop in his town.
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