Kamran is 45 years old. He lives in the city of Baku. He is married and has 3 children, who are 6, 10 and 13 years old. His 6-year-old daughter is little and will be starting school this year. His 10-year-old son goes to school and wants to become an ecologist and defend the nature. And the 13-year-old daughter also goes to school and is involved in our national dancing. Kamran's mother, Leyla Askarova, obtained the first loan in order to help her son, and now they are grateful to Kiva for the help. Currently, Kamran needs a sum of 2000 AZN in order to purchase spare parts and car tires.
Kamranu 45 let. On jivet v qorode Baku. On jenat i imeyet 3 detey 6,10,13 let. Dochka 6 let malenkaya toka v etom qodu v shkolu poydetn , sin 10 let uchitsya v shkole i xochet stat ekoloqom i zashishat prirodu,i doch 13 let toje uchitsya v shkole i zanimayetysa nashimi nacionalnimi tancami.
Pervuyu summu Brala mama Kamrana Leyla Askarova chtobi pomoch svoyemu sinu, i seychas oni blaqodarni za piomosh KIve. Seychas Kamran nujdayetysa v summe 2000 AZN chtobi kupit zapasniye chasti shini dlya mashin.
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