Zamil is a professional carpenter.
He has run this business for 4 years. He has his own workshop.This business helps to him to cover his family expenses.
Having borrowed $400 he bought raw material.
He saved money and started buying his own personal tools.
He wants to increase the quality of his products.
Zamil has steady clients who order products every day. Now he wants to borrow $1000 to buy a polishing bench.
Zamil has a lot of orders but he doesn't have enough capital to satisfy his clients' needs.
This man is an Internally Displaced Person (IDP) from the Armenian-occupied territory of Azerbaijan, Fizuli region, settled in the Fizuli region. Ehmedbeyli village. He is married and has a child.
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