The G. family lives in the Khachmaz region in the village of Gusarchay. He is married, has 2 children.
This man was born in 1957. Gurban has 6 years of experience in the farming business. Now he needs a loan of $1200 to buy seedlings and fertilizer. He plans to plant apple, cherry and other seedlings so he can improve his business and get more income.
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