Tanriverdi M. is 43 years old. He is married and has three children. His twelve-year-old daughter goes to school and studies dance. His son is fifteen, studies in school, and plays sports. His eighteen-year-old daughter entered the university this year. Tanriverdi and his family are refugees from Fuzuli and now live in the Fuzuli region.
Tanriverdi has been a herdsman for seven years. He makes cheese and yogurt from milk and sells them at the market. Now, he needs 2000 AZN to buy calves and increase the amount of product available to sell.
Tanriverdi M. 43 let. On jenat imeyet 3 detey dochka 12 let kotoraya zaniamyetsya tancami i uchitsya v shkole, sin 15 let kotoriy uchitsya v shkole i zanimayetsya sportom, i dochka 18 let kotoraya postupila v etom qodu v universitet. Tanriverdi i eqo semya yavlyayusta oni pereselenci in Fuzuli, Seychas projivayut v Fuzuli regione.
Tanriverdi uje 7 let zanimayetsya skotorvodstvom. On delayet sir i yoqurt iz moloka i prodayet na rinok. Teper on nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chtobi kupit < calves> i uvelichit kolichestvo produkta dlya prodaji.
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