Rashid H. is thirty-one years old and has two children. His daughter is ten, goes to school and likes to draw, and his son is five. Rashid and his family live in the Fuzuli region. For five years Rashid has bred cattle, a trade he learned from his father. Rashid sells milk and cheese on the local market. Now he's asking for a loan of 2000 AZN to expand his business.
Rashid H. 31 let. On jenat i imeyet 2 detey , doch 10 let kotoraya uchitsya v shkole i zanimayetsya risovaniyem i sin 5 let. Rashid i eqo semya yavlyayutsya oni pereselenci iz Fuzuli, seychas oni projivayut v Fuzuli regione, .
Rashid uje 5 let zanimayetsya skotovodstvom . Etomu biznesu on nauchilsya u svoeqo otca. Seychas on nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chtobi kupit dlya razvitiya biznesa. Rashid prodayet na rinki molko i sir.
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