Due to Corona, we applied online, created an electronic e-Wallet account, took the money and started the project.
Marah Al-Masri - Al-Salt
- > 136,000 active borrowers
- > 96% of active borrowers are women
- Total amount of loans disbursed is > 661,575,358
- Repayment rate is > 98%
- > 1,000,000 loans
- > 31 international and local awards
- > 63 branches
- > 700 employees
- > 68% of employees are women
Najah Al-Share’ possesses persistence, resilience and determination, which were vital in developing and expanding her supermarket in Al-Buayda area. Najah’s supermarket is considered one of the most important businesses in the area; unlike the typical minimarkets, hers is large and offers people the privilege of choice with a variety of products and goods to choose from.
To start her project, the beneficiary took a loan from MFW, who later convinced her to get another Tatweer loan of 5,000 JOD to develop her project.
Despite the Corona pandemic’s effect on the different economic sectors, Najah’s business flourished even during the most challenging times. It contributed to improving the financial situation for her and her family. She also dreams of buying a flock of sheep and begin a sheep farming project in the future.
Najah is considered one of the beneficiaries who believe in electronic and digital services and their role in facilitating financial transactions. She uses MFW’s mobile app, has an electronic wallet, and she also benefits from the saving program, Amani.
She summarizes her relationship with MFW in one word; “gold”, a metaphor for the excellent and distinguished relationship.