Galib lives in Yenikand village, Salyan region He is 42, married, has 2 children.
He needs a loan of $1000 to buy a water heater for his hair dressing salon.
Galib has a strong belief that he will get more clients after purchasing all the equipment needed for a modern salon and this will lead to increased income.He has worked in this salon for 4 years.
This business has allowed him to provide a good source of income for his family .
He made an a strong effort to improve his services.
His salon attracts regular clients.
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