Kamran is a member of the Hunter Society. He has a hunting dog. This clever dog helps him to hunt.
In the beginning of his business he did not have a dog and it was a big problem for him.
One day he decided to borrow $400 and bought the hunting dog.
Now he needs a loan of $1000 to buy a fowling-piece, which is a light shotgun for shooting birds and small animals.Kamran has been in this business for 4 years. He has a license for hunting.
Kamran is 57, an Internally Displaced Person (IDP) from the Armenian-occupied territory of Azerbaijan Fizuli region, settled in Fizuli region, Mahmudlu village He is married and has 2 children.
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