Burzu A. is a refugee from Fuzuli who currently lives in Behmenli village in the Fuzuli region. He is married and has three children. His fourteen-year-old son goes to school. His daughter is eighteen and studies at the university. His nineteen-year-old son also studies at the university as well as studying music.
This is Burzu’s second loan. The first time, he took money to buy supplies for his café. He is very thankful to Kiva for the loan.
Two years ago, Burzu decided to work in animal husbandry. Now, he needs 2000 AZN to buy new calves. He buys them small, then raises them and sells their meat.
Burzu A. pereselenec iz Fuzuli, i seychas on projivayet v Fuzuli regione ,< Behmenli village>. On jenat i imeyet 3 detey , sinu 14 let on uchitsya v shkole, dochke 18 let ona uchitsya v universitete i sinu 19 let on toje uchitsya v universitete i takje xodit na muziku.
Eto vtoroy ssud Burzu , v perviy raz on bral dengi chto bi kupit dlya svoyeqo kafe . on ochen blaqodaren Kive za ssudu.
Burzu 2 qoda tomu nazad reshil zanatya jivotnavodstvom. I teper on nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chtobi kupit novix < calves>. On pokupayet malenkix potom virostiv ix on prodayet ix maso.
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