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Lakshmi Manohar
from Lalgudi, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To fund the adoption of solar energy at home

Darkness looms with the setting sun in several households in remote parts of India. Lakshmi lives in Lalgudi, one such village in Tamil Nadu. The area she lives in is plagued by power-cuts that are frequent and often stretch into long hours in the evenings. Kerosene is a very common, but expensive alternative fuel. More often than not, families end up spending a good part of their meager savings on this. Instead, a solar lantern is a brighter, safer alternative and a one-time investment. A loan of Rs 2300 will help Lakshmi buy a so...  Read more


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Kavinilavu Balasubramaniyan
from Lalgudi, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To buy a solar-powered lantern

Kavinilavu is a 27-year-old woman from Lalgudi, Tamil Nadu. The area she lives in is plagued by power-cuts that are frequent and often stretch into long hours in the evenings. Kerosene lamps give out toxic fumes, cause eye problems and moreover, they are fire hazards. Kerosene is an expensive fuel as well. A solar lantern is a one-time investment and will help Kavinilavu and her family save the money spent on kerosene each month. Hence she seeks Rs 2300. Moreover, it will ensure that they are no longer subjected to the fumes and t...  Read more


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Anjalai and Group
from Musiri, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To build toilets in their homes

Anjalai leads a group of 3 in Musiri, Tamil Nadu. They come from similar backgrounds, working hard to sustain their families. They have no access to toilets and therefore they have to resort to open defecation using the false privacy of nearby fields and surrounding shrubbery. Due to the lack of sanitation facilities, the families are at a risk of infection and fall ill often, spending a significant portion of their savings on medical expenses each month. Women and daughters in these families are exposed to the additional risk of mole...  Read more


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Selvarani Marimuthu
from Lalgudi, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To access solar lighting at home

The village of Lalgudi, in the state of Tamil Nadu, where Selvarani lives along with her family, is a region facing an energy crisis. When dusk falls each evening, her house is invariably shrouded in darkness, since the region she lives in is plagued by long and frequent power cuts. A kerosene lamp, which is the most common alternative, is expensive, inefficient and a source of toxic fumes. In order to cut down expenses on kerosene and choose a cheaper, cleaner energy source, Selvarani is seeking a loan of Rs 2300 to buy a solar-l...  Read more


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Ponnammal Periyasamy
from Thottiyam, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To fund the adoption of solar energy at home

Ponnammal is a hard-working woman who lives in Thottiyam, in Tamil Nadu. The area she lives in is plagued by power-cuts that are frequent and often stretch into long hours in the evenings. 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. Hence, she is seeking a loan of Rs 2300 to buy solar lanterns. The lanterns will help the family cut down expenses on kerosene, save more and lead a more comfortable life in the long run....  Read more


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Payel Ghosh
from Dhupguri, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase educational articles, pay schooling fees and private tuition fees for class 10

15-year-old Payel is a student of class- 10. She is reading in Dhupguri Girls’ Jr. High School. She lives in a small village called Mill Para at Dhupguri with her parents and an elder brother. She is going to appear for Board exam next year. She is an average student but can do better. To improve her studies, she feels the need of proper guidance. Payel's mother Lipika is a housewife and father is engaged with small business, which is the main source of income. They want to provide good education to their children. Now her parents...  Read more


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Sudha Thiyagarajan
from Thottiyam, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To access solar lighting at home

Sudha is a hard-working woman who lives in Thottiyam, in Tamil Nadu. The area she lives in is plagued by power-cuts that are frequent and often stretch into long hours in the evenings. Kerosene lamps give out toxic fumes, cause eye problems, and moreover, they are fire hazards. Kerosene is an expensive fuel as well. A solar lantern is a one-time investment, and will help Sudha and her family save the money spent on kerosene each month. Hence she seeks Rs 2300. Moreover, it will ensure that they are no longer subjected to the fumes...  Read more


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Maheswari Subramani
from Thottiyam, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To buy a solar lantern

Darkness looms with the setting sun in several households in remote parts of India. Maheswari lives in Thottiyam, one such village in Tamil Nadu. Power-cuts in the evenings means she often has to finish her household chores in the dark, and her children are finishing up their homework by the dim light of a kerosene lamp or a candle. A kerosene lamp, which is the most common alternative, is expensive, inefficient and a source of toxic fumes. Instead, a solar lantern is a brighter, safer alternative, and a one-time investment. A loa...  Read more


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Shanthi Govindhan
from Thottiyam, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To buy a solar lantern

Shanthi is a hard-working woman who lives in Thottiyam, in Tamil Nadu. The area she lives in is plagued by power-cuts that are frequent and often stretch into long hours in the evenings. Kerosene lamps give out toxic fumes, cause eye problems, and moreover, they are fire hazards. Kerosene is an expensive fuel as well. Instead, a solar lantern is a brighter, safer alternative, and a one-time investment. A loan of Rs 2300 will help Shanthi buy a solar lantern and make the switch to this cheaper, cleaner energy alternative....  Read more


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Nagajothi Nagarajan
from Thottiyam, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To fund the adoption of solar energy at home

Darkness looms with the setting sun in several households in remote parts of India. Nagajothi lives in Thottiyam, one such village in Tamil Nadu. When dusk falls each evening, her house is invariably shrouded in darkness, since the region she lives in is plagued by long and frequent power cuts. 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. Hence, she is seeking a loan of Rs 2300 to buy solar lanterns. The lanterns will help the ...  Read more