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Funded
$ 7.93

Still Requires
$ 28.57

Govindammal Muthusamy
from Thatheingarpet, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To access solar lighting at home

Darkness looms with the setting sun in several households in remote parts of India. Govindammal lives in Thatheingarpet, one such village in Tamil Nadu. Apart from power-outages through the day, there are often several hours in the evenings when the households in Thatheingarpet need to make do with the light from a dim kerosene lamp. Kerosene is a very common, but expensive alternative fuel. More often than not, families end up spending a good part of their meagre savings on this. In order to cut down expenses on kerosene and choose...  Read more


Funded
$ 202.03

Still Requires
$ 115.39

Tanmay Saha
from Basirhat, West Bengal

Purpose : To fund educational fees for his higher secondary education

Tanmay is a 16-year-old boy who goes to in Basirhat Town High School. He is a hard working and studious boy. Next year he will have his Higher Secondary Board examination, so he needs some books and guidance of private tutors in a few subjects immediately. He lives with his parents in Dighir Par village in Basirhat, North 24- Pgs. district, West Bengal. His mother Shantana and father Uday both are engaged in vegetable vending business. The family income is barely enough to meet all the educational costs of Tanmay after meeting the h...  Read more


Funded
$ 179.99

Still Requires
$ 137.45

Yamanavva Basappa Mang
from Ghataprabha, Karnataka

Purpose : To buy a buffalo for her animal husbandry business

Yamanavva Mang is a 58 year old woman, hailing from Katageri village in the Belgaum district of Karnataka. There are 6 members in her family. The family is dependent on agricultural work and the animal husbandry business for their sustenance. Monthly household income of the family is Rs.8,500 while the monthly saving stands at Rs. 2,000. She runs her animal husbandry business. She seeks to take a loan of Rs. 20,000 to buy a buffalo and expand her small scale animal husbandry business. She feels that this loan will put her within reach...  Read more


Funded
$ 7.93

Still Requires
$ 150.79

Buri Bala Das
from Falakata, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase standard quality seeds, fertilizers and pesticides for maize cultivation.

Buri Bala is a 34-year-old married mother of three children (One son and two daughters). She lives in Falakata. She understands the importance of education in one's life and so she sends her children to school. She is a housewife who has to look after her husband and children and to do household jobs single-handedly. In her spare time she assists her husband in his agricultural works. Buri's husband is engaged in vegetable cultivation and he produces potatoes, tomatoes, onions, and seasonal vegetables. The income from the business...  Read more


Funded
$ 7.93

Still Requires
$ 150.79

Aleya Bibi
from Basirhat, West Bengal

Purpose : To repair the roof of her toilet and build concrete walls

Aleya bibi is 47 years old and is living in Basirhat. She is married and is a mother of 5 kids, Two of her daughters are married. This family of 5 lives on the meager income of her husband and sons. Earning an average of Rs. 5000 a month, the family struggles to make ends meet. Having no proper toilet facilities has been a cause of concern for Aleya. The toilet in her house is not in a usable condition. This is why she has applied for a loan of Rs. 10000 from Milaap’s partner BJS to repair the roof of the toilet and build concrete w...  Read more


Funded
$ 154.14

Still Requires
$ 163.30

Sukhadevi Sunilkumar Kamble
from Ghataprabha, Karnataka

Purpose : To buy general items like sugar, snacks, soap etc to expand her Kirana shop

Sukhadevi Kamble is a 42 year old woman, hailing from Kohalli village in the Belgaum district of Karnataka. She has a small family of only three members. The family is dependent on the grocery shop which Sukhadevi runs. Presently, monthly income of the family stands at Rs. 7, 500 while savings at Rs. 1, 000. She seeks to take a loan of Rs. 20,000 to buy general items such as sugar, snacks, soap etc to expand her small scale Kirana (Grocery) shop. She feels that this loan will put her within reach of scaling her venture and also incre...  Read more


Funded
$ 7.93

Still Requires
$ 192.06

Shaila Bishi and Group
from Komna, Odisha

Purpose : To buy solar-powered lanterns

Shaila Bisha is a hard-working woman from Nuapada, Odisha, who has had enough of the long, frequent power-cuts in her village. She leads a group of 6 women who want to buy solar lamps for their families. Currently, they use kerosene lamps during power cuts and the fumes are toxic. As a result, they encounter respiratory and eye problems. Milaap, along with its field partner Mahashakti Foundation, is providing loans in Odisha to buy solar lights. These lights once charged run for 2-3 nights. They are an effective and efficient alternat...  Read more


Funded
$ 88.48

Still Requires
$ 213.09

Priyanka Roy Chowdhury
from Basirhat, West Bengal

Purpose : To fund her class 9 education

Priyanka is a 14 year old girl studying in class 9 at Bashirhat Harimohan Dalal Girls' High School. She scored well in her last year final examination and wants to do better in the coming examinations. Her parents are happy for their daughter and they have planned to provide better education to Priyanka to encourage her to achieve more. Priyanka lives with her parents at Ganapatipur village in Basirhat. Her mother Jaya is a homemaker and father is an auto rickshaw driver. Her father's job is the only source of income for the family...  Read more


Funded
$ 40.86

Still Requires
$ 244.84

Bilasini Mirdda and Group
from Komna, Odisha

Purpose : To buy solar-powered lanterns

Bilasini Mirdda is a 49 year old lady from Nuapada, Odisha. The locality she lives in faces frequent power cuts which makes it difficult for her and her family to perform everyday activities. She has formed a group with 10 women seeking to buy solar lamps to solve this problem. Currently, they use kerosene lamps during power cuts. Kerosene lamps give out toxic fumes,cause eye problems, and moreover, they cause fire hazards. As a result, they encounter respiratory and eye problems. The unreliable supply of kerosene itself is a huge ...  Read more


Funded
$ 7.93

Still Requires
$ 249.20

Rajkumari Mahananda and Group
from Titilagarh, Odisha

Purpose : To buy solar-powered lanterns

Rajkumari is a hard-working woman from Balangir, Odisha, who has had enough of the long, frequent power-cuts in her village. She leads a group of 9 women who want to buy solar lamps for their families. Currently, they use kerosene lamps during power cuts which eats into their savings. Kerosene lamps also give out toxic fumes. As a result, they encounter respiratory and eye problems. Milaap along with its field partner Mahashakti Foundation is providing loans in Odisha to buy solar lights. These lights once charged run for 2-3 night...  Read more