Telman is married, has 3 children, , Internally Displaced Person (IDP) from the Armenian-occupied territory of Azerbaijan Fizuli region , settled on front line in Fizuli region Makhmudlu 1 village. He has his own bee-garden.
He is well known beekeeper in his village. All people praises his honey.
In he beginning of his business he borrowed a loan of $400 and bought (bee)hives.
The second loan of $700 he spent to buy cases.
Now he needs a loan of $1200 to buy package for packing honey.
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