Shovkhat was born in 1955. She is married and has six children. Her daughter helps mother with her business and Shovkhat teaches her how to sew well. Shovkhat, her husband and children live in the Baku region. She started this business eleven years ago. She learned about sewing business from her mother.
At this time Shovkhat needs 2000 ANZ to buy a new sewing machine to improve her business. Her old sewing machine has worn out.
Shovkhat was born in 1955. She is married and has 6 children. Her daughter helps mother in her work and Shovkhat teachs her a good sew. Shovkhat, her husband and children live in Baku region.
Now Shovkhat needs 2000 ANZ to buy a new sewing machine for improving her business. Her old sewing machine machine was spoiled. She started this business 11 years ago. She learned sewing business from her mother.
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