With a little help from 15 people around the world, Mahananda, who had been trafficked earlier, is now a proud entrepreneur! You can empower women like her to be independent today.Lend a Little
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A year ago, Parameswaran was forced to carry his disabled daughter to the fields every day so that she could relieve herself. After taking a loan from Milaap to build a toilet, his life has turned around.
“Milaap helped me to build a toilet. We don’t have any problem now. Now we are very comfortable and happy.”
Hailing from a small village, his entrepreneurial journey came to a standstill because he did not have enough funds to buy necessary equipment for his food processing business. However, he got support from lenders on Milaap and was able to buy a dryer that helped him save a lot of time and effort.
“After taking a loan from Milaap, I have been able to increase production and profits.”
A passionate evangelist of solar and renewable energy programs for more than a decade, Chris ran a marathon to raise awareness and funds for over a hundred families in need of solar lighting. He raised $1600
“It was really satisfying to see who was it that lent..the whole process of looking at my emails everyday and getting closer and closer to the target was great!”
Riya is our intern who conceptualizes experiential games for corporate campaigns. This young business student from Singapore Management University chose to spend her break between semesters working at Milaap, and putting her time to use for a noble cause!
“I hope that the role I play at Milaap impacts and contributes to the lives of the less fortunate”