Aydin A. is married with two children. He is 52 years old. Aydin is a refugee from an occupied territory in Azerbaijan, region of Kalbadjar, and now lives in Khirdalan.
This is Aydin’s second loan. He is very grateful for the first loan in which he requested $1000 in order to expand his store. Aydin opened a café two years ago. Now he needs 2000 AZN to buy tables and chairs for his café.
Ayidn A. jenat i imeyet 2 detey. Emu 52 qoda. Aydin pereselenec iz okupirovannoy territorii Azerbaydjana, oblasti Kalbadjar i seychas obosnovalsya v Khirdalane.
Eto vtoroye obrasheniye Aydina. On ochen blaqodaren za pervuyu ssudu v kotorom on prosil 1000 $ chtobi uvelichit pomesheniye eqo maqazina.
No teper Aydin otkril kafe uje 2 qoda. Seychas on nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chtobi kupit stoli i stulya dlya svoyeqo kafe.
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