Fatma lives with her children in the Baku region. She has two children, a son and a daughter. Fatma divorced her husband and now is raising their children alone. She has had a store for four years to sell food products.
Fatma needs 1,700 AZN to buy products for sale in her store and to develop her business. With the increase in her monthly income, she will be able to provide for her family. Her son helps Fatma in her work.
Fatma jivet v Baku regione vmeste so svoimi detmi. Ona imeyet 2 detey sina i dochku. Fatma razvelas so svoim mujem i teper soderjit svoix detey odna. Ona uje 4 qoda kak imeyet etot magazin dlya prodaji pishevix produktov. Fatma nujdayetsya v 1700 AZN chtobi kupit produti dlya prodaji v magazine i razvitiya svoyego biznessa, dlya uvelicheniya mesachnix doxodov ,chtobi ona mogla obespechit svoyu semyu. Yeyo sin pomogayet Fatme po yeyo rabote.
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