Si pep haitien vle plante (fruit) mango zaboka, zorang zabriko...

Ispn - May 2 2013, 12:06 PM

Si pep haitien vle plante (fruit) mango zaboka, zorang zabriko ak lot fruit jwenn ak support gouvenman lakay nan 5 ans nap kapab di ABA GRANGOU epi nap kapab kreye job pou voye fruit sa yo al vann nan lot peyi kreye anpil travay.

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