The “Mosaics City” of Madaba has many wonderful attributes including a productive-poor, low-income community that dreams of better economic conditions and an opportunity to improve their standard of living. To Suha Al-Taloli, a 29 year old married woman with three daughters, this dream holds the promise of real happiness. Suha lives in the peaceful city of Madaba and works “hand in hand” with her husband to improve their standard of living for their daughters and themselves. Suha is a “Sand Artist” who wanted to start her own business, but her search for funding failed. Then, a friend told Suha about Tamweelcom and an initial loan of JD400 began to breathe life into her dream! Suha took a second loan of JD300 and began to sell her products at the Souk Ayyadi bazaars and showrooms. For Suha, Souk Ayyadi helped her build a steady income for her family. Today, Suha says: “At the beginning of my project, I had no idea where to sell my products and how to market. Thanks for Souk Ayyadi to provide me with the solution. I’m looking now to repay my loan and take a bigger one to fulfill my dreams in opening my own shop”.