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Funded
$ 221.96

Still Requires
$ 127.69

Kabitarani Das
from Jajpur, Odisha

Purpose : to purchase cement, bricks, tiles, etc. to construct a toilet at her house

Kabitarani is a 30-year-old, married woman from Jajpur district, Odisha. She has 4 members in her family. She helps in her family business and her monthly household income is INR 8,300. She wants to purchase cement, bricks, tiles, etc. to construct a new toilet at her own house. Thus, she is seeking a loan of INR 25,000 from GU NBFC, one of Milaap's field partners. The loan will help her to access proper sanitary hygiene and protect her family's health. She will be thankful for your support....   Read more


Funded
$ 279.73

Still Requires
$ 69.93

Manasi Barik
from Jajpur, Odisha

Purpose : to construct a toilet to avoid health risks and travelling to open spaces

Manasi is a 45-year-old married woman who lives in the Jajpur district of Odisha. She has a family of 4 members and a monthly household income of INR 8,500. She loves her family and does not want them to be sick or unhealthy. This is why she wants to build a toilet in her house as she knows that open defecation can be a major cause of health risks for her family. She has applied for a loan of INR 25,000 from GU NBFC, one of Milaap's field partners to purchase raw materials like cement and bricks for the construction of a toilet in ...   Read more


Funded
$ 309.79

Still Requires
$ 13,676.22

Khayawon And Group
from Ukhrul, Manipur

Purpose : to start their agriculture business by producing rice, sweet potato, etc.

Khayawon is a 40-year-old married woman from Ukhrul district of Manipur. She has a family size of 4, which consumes the household monthly income of INR 15,000. She is unable to run her household expenses along with her child’s education. Every second household in her village shares a similar dilemma of financial instability. Like herself, most of the women in her village are earning through their agriculture business. However, they are not able to bring any increment due to financial instability. Along with 63 other women, she has ...   Read more


Funded
$ 368.07

Still Requires
$ 9,422.14

Kajal Singha And Group
from Karandighi, West Bengal

Purpose : to purchase crops in order to expand their business.

Kajal Singha is a 38- year- old married woman. She resides in the Uttardinajpur district of West Bengal. She has a family of 4 members. She is a farmer and has a monthly family income roughly around INR 9,000. She has a formed and is leading a group of 29 members who, just like Kajal, work hard to support their families and save for their secured futures. She realises that an increase in her and her friend’s monthly family incomes and their ability to save from it will ensure greater levels of economic independence. It will give th...   Read more


Funded
$ 15,324.05

Still Requires
$ 12,683.92

Mukta Saha And Group
from Shantipur, West Bengal

Purpose : to buy threads in bulk and weave saree in bulk

Mukta is a 30-year-old married woman residing in Nadia district of West Bengal. She has a family of 5 members. She is a weaver and manages to accumulate a household income of an amount of INR.10,000 per month. She leads a group of 49 women who weave saris. With a better income generation, she can help in the running of the household and also cater to her family better. This will give her a sense of financial interdependence making her a valuable part of the community. with the growing expenses in the market additional earnings wil...   Read more


Funded
$ 187.00

Still Requires
$ 442.38

Chhabi Barai
from Shantipur, West Bengal

Purpose : to expand handloom business.

Chhabi is a 50-year-old married woman, residing in Nadia, West Bengal. She runs her handloom business and has household members of 3. She has a monthly household income of INR 9,000. She plans on purchasing raw threads from markets, colors and then converts into sarees, cloth, etc to expand her business. However, her monthly income is barely enough to meet her family needs. Thus she has applied for a loan of INR 45,000 from Grameen Shakti, one of the Milaap's field partners. She and her family will be grateful for your kind support....   Read more


Funded
$ 52.03

Still Requires
$ 577.34

Sutapa Haldar
from Shantipur, West Bengal

Purpose : to expand handloom business.

Sutapa is a 30-year-old married woman, residing in Nadia, West Bengal. She runs her handloom business in her locality and has household members of 4. She has a monthly household income of INR 8,500. She plans on purchasing raw threads from markets, colors and then converts into sarees, cloth, etc to expand her business. However, her monthly income is barely enough to meet her family needs. Thus she has applied for a loan of INR 45,000 from Grameen Shakti, one of the Milaap's field partners. She and her family will be grateful for yo...   Read more


Funded
$ 87.00

Still Requires
$ 542.38

Arati Haldar
from Shantipur, West Bengal

Purpose : to weave more sarees in order to expand handloom business

Arati is a 51-year-old married woman residing in the Nadia district of West Bengal. She has a household size of 3 and is involved in the family business of weaving. She manages to accumulate a household monthly income of INR 9,000 while her household monthly expenses amount to INR 6,000. Arati has applied for a loan of INR 45,000 from Grameen Shakti, one of Milaap's field partners. She will invest the money into her handloom business in order to employ more people and produce more sarees, which will help her increase her income. A ...   Read more


Funded
$ 145.04

Still Requires
$ 484.34

Rabeya Bibi
from Samudragarh, West Bengal

Purpose : to purchase thread and make sarees in order to expand handloom business

Rabeya is a 35-year-old married woman residing in the Burdwan district of West Bengal. She has a family of 4 members and a monthly household income of INR 7,200. She is engaged in the handloom business and makes beautiful sarees by putting thread into the handloom machine. She wants to purchase thread in bulk so that she can make more sarees and sell it in the market to earn an increased income. She finds it difficult to manage the household expenses with her current income and an increase in income would mean a better life for her fa...   Read more


Funded
$ 45.04

Still Requires
$ 626.29

Asiya Bibi Sekh
from Shantipur, West Bengal

Purpose : to expand handloom business.

Asiya is a 50-year-old married woman, residing in Nadia, West Bengal. She runs her handloom business in her locality and has household members of 4. She has a monthly household income of INR 9,000. She plans on purchasing raw threads from markets, colors and then converts into sarees, cloth, etc to expand her business. However, her monthly income is barely enough to meet her family needs. Thus she has applied for a loan of INR 48,000 from Grameen Shakti, one of the Milaap's field partners. She and her family will be grateful for you...   Read more