Sahaddin has 4 years of experience in this business. He has his own cafe. He has many regular clients.He is very communicative person.
Sahaddin is a very good kabob maker.He is 42 years old, an Internally Displaced Person (IDP) from the Armenian-occupied territory of Azerbaijan, Fizuli region, settled in Fizuli region, Bala Behmenli village. He married and has 3 children.
This business allows Sahaddin to support his family.
Now he needs a loan of $800 to buy equipment his for cafe.
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