Aybaniz K. is married and has two children. She was born in 1966. She lives in Baku with her husband and children. She has been working as a baker for ten years. She started this business with her grandmother who also did this. Now, she needs 2000 AZN to buy yeast and flour, which are necessary to make tandir bread.
Aybaniz K. ona zamujem i imeyet 2 detey. Aybaniz rodilas v 1966 qodu. Ona jivet v qorode Baku vmeste so svoimi detmi i mujem. Ona uje 10 let kak zanimayetsya etim biznessom vipechki xleba. etomu biznessu ona nauchilas u svoyey babushki kotoraya toje zanimalas etim biznessom. Seychas ona nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chtobi kupit muku i druqiye nujniye produkti dlya vipechki xlebov "tandir".
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