Aynura is married and has three children. She's an internally displaced person (IDP) and had to move from the city of Fuzuli which is now considered occupied territory. Today, Aynura lives in the Fuzuli region with her family. She's thirty-one years old. Three years ago she began a business focused on raising chickens.
She's asking for a loan of 2000 AZN in order to purchase some chickens to expand her business and increase her chicken count. She learned this trade from her aunt.
Aynura zamujem i imeyet 3 detey. Ona yavlyayetsya IDP personom, pereselenec iz Fuzuli goroda kotoriy yavlyayetsya okkupirovannimi territoriyami. Aynura seychas jivet v Fizuli regione vmeste so svoyey semyoy. Aynura 31 let.
3 goda nazad ona nachala zanimatsya pticevodstvom i razvodit kuric. Seychas ona nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chtobi kupit kuricci dlya razvitiya svoyego biznessa i uvelicheniya kolichestva kuricc. Aynura etomu biznessu nauchilas u svoyey teti.
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