After the vocational training courses, I started a plant nursery and sold my products through MFW’s market linkage.
Sana’a Awali - Amman
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Raising grazing livestock was not an easy business for Abdullah. He faced many challenges and obstacles, the most important of which was that he did not possess enough experience at the beginning of her career path, as well as the continuing lack of acceptance he endured from his friends and family regarding his business, not to mention the high cost in case of a death or an illness of some of the cattle.
Abdullah had managed to overcome those difficulties and had taken advantage of the funds Microfund for Women to buy a large number of livestock, and his business had become the primary source of income of his family of eight.
When asked about his experience with Microfund for Women with an excited tone, he described it as excellent and how standing by him was the reason for his success and business. He sends a message to everyone around him: “Believe in your ability until you succeed.”