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Funded
$ 126.93

Still Requires
$ 31.79

Tumpa Kahar
from Baduria, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase more goat kids for business developement

Tumpa is a 27 years old enterprising woman from Baduria in West Bengal. She lives with her husband and son who attends school and does his fourth grade. She and her husband work to meet the family requirements. Tumpa's husband sells fish and she is engaged in rearing kid goats and selling them to the butchers when they mature. This allows the couple to make an overall income of Rs.8000 of which Rs.6000 is used to meet the household expenditure. As the demand for goats is high in her locality and the market, Tumpa sees this as an oppo...  Read more


Funded
$ 19.35

Still Requires
$ 101.26

Prema Bagartti And Group
from Titilagarh, Odisha

Purpose : To buy solar-powered lanterns

Prema Bagartti currently resides in a rural village called Balangir, which is located in Odisha. Her monthly income is Rs 6000. Her family comprises of four people of which 2 are children. Prema is leading a group named Sradhapur, which comprises of 4 women. Their main agenda is to purchase solar lamps for their families. The present power situation in Prema’s village is quite erratic at times. They face continuous power cuts and they end up relying on kerosene lamps or candles. Their children have to finish their homework in the da...  Read more


Funded
$ 19.35

Still Requires
$ 101.26

Sebati Gahir And Group
from Titilagarh, Odisha

Purpose : To gain access to solar lighting in their household

Sebati Gahir is a 35-year-old married woman who currently resides in a remote place in Odisha, known as Balangir. She has two children. Her monthly return from her goat business is Rs. 6,000. She has formed a group called Badaudar, which comprises of 4 women. They intend to seek a loan, in order to buy solar lamps. Since they have to face occasional power cuts, the villagers use kerosene lamps as an alternative. However, the fumes and gases generated can be quite toxic. Sebati and group requested for a loan of 7,600. They promise t...  Read more


Funded
$ 211.90

Still Requires
$ 105.52

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Keya Sutradhar
from Falakata, West Bengal

Purpose : To pay for academic expenses to continue education

16-years-old Keya is a very cheerful girl who resides in a village in Falakata in the Alipurduar district of West Bengal. She lives with her parents and 2 siblings. She and her 2 siblings, all go to schools in their village. Keya presently goes to Parengerpar Shishu Kalyan High School after clearing her Madhyamik examination from Falakata Girls high school. She is a good and hardworking student who has acquired good marks in her Madhyamik examination and presently being promoted to Class 11. Keya’s father is a farmer by profession...  Read more


Funded
$ 41.57

Still Requires
$ 109.20

Ganga Bagarty And Group
from Titilagarh, Odisha

Purpose : To finance the implementation of solar energy in their household

Ganga Bagarty lives in Balangir, a secluded village situated in Odisha. She is a 46-year-old woman and she owns a cycle shop. Her monthly returns from this business amount to Rs 6,000. Moreover, she heads a group of 5 women and the name of the group is Sradhapur. They intend to buy solar lamps, in order to address the issues of constant power cuts in their village. As an alternative, they use a kerosene lamp, which can be quite detrimental to their health. Sradhapur has requested for a loan of Rs 9,500. They intend to repay this lo...  Read more


Funded
$ 118.72

Still Requires
$ 122.53

Manju Dakua And Group
from Bhawanipatna, Odisha

Purpose : To buy solar lanterns and light them up during frequent power cuts

Manju Dakua is a hard-working woman from Kalahandi, Odisha, who has had enough of the long, frequent power-cuts in her village. She has joined hands with 8 other women and is seeking to buy a solar lantern. In the absence of a regular power supply, they need access to a lighting alternative that does not eat into their savings like the expensive kerosene lamps that they currently have to use. A loan of Rs 15,200 from Milaap's field partner Mahahsakti Foundation will help these women save money on kerosene, and harness the power of the...  Read more


Funded
$ 84.03

Still Requires
$ 127.06

Arati Seth And Group
from Bargarh, Odisha

Purpose : To purchase solar lanterns to reduce expenses

Arati, is a 31-year-old married resides in a small village of Bargarh district, Orissa. The area, Arati lives is plagued by power-cuts that are frequent and often stretch into long hours in the evenings. In the absence of a regular power supply, Arati's family needs access to a lighting alternative that does not eat into their savings like the expensive kerosene lamps that they currently use. Hence, Arati is seeking a loan of Rs.1,900 from Mahashakti Foundation, one of Milaap's field partner to buy solar lanterns. The lanterns will he...  Read more


Funded
$ 84.03

Still Requires
$ 127.06

Haripriya Sahu And Group
from Bhawanipatna, Odisha

Purpose : To buy solar lanterns for their households

39-year-old Haripriya Sahu lives in Kalahandi, Odisha with her family. She has joined hands with 7 other women and is seeking to buy a solar lantern. The power situation in their village is unreliable and erratic, and this means, more often than not, they are finishing up household chores in the dark by the dim light of a kerosene lamp. To come out of this situation and to prevent any harm in terms of health in the future, these women have approached one of Milaap's field partner Mahashakti Foundation to apply for a loan amount of INR...  Read more


Funded
$ 19.35

Still Requires
$ 131.42

Rohini Bhoi And Group
from Titilagarh, Odisha

Purpose : To buy solar lanterns

Rohini Bhoi lives in rural Balangir in Odisha. She is 21 years and married, and leads a group of 5 women who want to buy solar lamps for their families.In the absence of a regular power supply, they need access to a lighting alternative that does not eat into their savings like the expensive kerosene lamps that they currently have to use.The average monthly income they earn is Rs.6,500 of which Rs.5000 gets used up to meet the household expenses. This includes a monthly expense of Rs.100 for fuel to light up kerosene lamps. Rohini an...  Read more


Funded
$ 19.35

Still Requires
$ 131.42

Chanchala Mahala And Group
from Subarnapur, Odisha

Purpose : To access solar lighting in their homes

Chanchala, is a 37-year-old married resides in a small village of Subarnapur district, Orissa. The area, she lives is plagued by power-cuts that are frequent and often stretch into long hours in the evenings. In the absence of a regular power supply, Chanchala's family needs access to a lighting alternative that does not eat into their savings like the expensive kerosene lamps that they currently use. Hence, Chanchala is seeking a loan of Rs.1,900 from Mahashakti Foundation, one of Milaap's field partner to buy solar lanterns. The lan...  Read more