Surayya S. is fifty-two years old, married and has three children. They live in Fuzuli region of Azerbaijan. Her oldest daughter is twenty-one years old; one year ago she finished college and got married. Her second daughter is nineteen, she's going to college and enjoys dancing. Her son is seventeen; he goes to school and aspires to become a doctor in the future.
For six years Surayya has sold clothes, a trade she learned from a friend. Surayya is asking for a loan of 2000 AZN in order to buy fall clothes for resale and expand her business.
Surayya S. 52 qoda. Ona zamujem i imeyet 3 detey, doch starshaya kotoroy 21 qod ona zakonchila universitet i vishla zamuj, doch 19 let ona uchitsya v universitete i zanimayetsya tancami, i sin 17 let kotoriy uchitsya v shkole i xochet stat doktorom v budushem. Surayya i eyo semya jivut v Fuzuli regione.
Surayya uje 6 let zanimayetsya etim biznesom prodaji odejdi. Etomu biznessu eyo nauchila podruqa, Seychas Surayya nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chto bi kupit odejdu dlya osenneqo sezona dlya pereprodaji i razvitiya svoyeqo biznessa.
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