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Funded
$ 587.27

Still Requires
$ 611.85

Valarmathi and Group
from Musiri, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To start their own micro enterprise in kundhan Jewelry and wire bag making

Valermathi Deenadhayalan is a 52-year-old woman from Tiruchirappalli in Tamil Nadu. In the picture she is the woman standing first from the left in a red saree. With the other women she started a group and follows a training from GMF about having your own micro enterprise. Milaaps field partner GMF offers women training and helps them launch a micro enterprise. Valermathi chose to train in kundhan jewel making. After the training, she expects an income of Rs. 1,275 from her business. Her current family income of Rs. 12,000 is barel...  Read more


Funded
$ 985.69

Still Requires
$ 210.59

Hasheena Begum and Group
from Nowgong, Madhya Pradesh

Purpose : To develop their individual small scale businesses

Hasheena, Femida, Khursheed, Jinnat and Salma formed a group in Rangrej Mohalla of Nowgong in Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh. These industrious women wish to repair, and develop their microenterprises to augment their incomes. Hasheena is the group leader and the first from the left. She runs a chat thela with her husband and they look after their 8 children with the income. They find it harder to make it through with their meager incomes and their families’ growing needs. They make Rs. 4,000 per month out of which they spen...  Read more


Funded
$ 674.28

Still Requires
$ 521.50

Ramdevi Pal and Group
from Nowgong, Madhya Pradesh

Purpose : To purchase stock for their kirana shops and vegetable shops

Ramdevi, (standing first from right), Vimla, Suman, Raani and Anso formed a group of their own which is part of loan center nurtured by Samhita. These group members live with their families in a small village in Nowgong in Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh. They seek a loan of Rs.75,000 which they will repay in one year in monthly installments. Ramdevi and Suman both run kirana shops and need this loan to buy additional supplies for their shop. Vimla and Anso sell vegetables in local market and they need this loan to buy veget...  Read more


Funded
$ 535.98

Still Requires
$ 659.82

Anju Khataun and Group
from Nowgong, Madhya Pradesh

Purpose : To expand small businesses like tailoring units and agricultural produce stores

Five women from Chhatarpur district in Madhya Pradesh have come together to expand their small businesses which include tailoring units and grocery stores. This will enable them to add to the existing monthly income of their families and secure the future of their children. Anju (standing first from left) owns a tailoring unit and she has one child. Her family earns a monthly income of Rs. 4000 and save Rs.600 every month. She intends to expand her tailoring centre by adding another sewing machine. Sarojini wants to expand the items i...  Read more


Funded
$ 523.30

Still Requires
$ 667.11

Kavita Laxman and Group
from Delhi, Delhi

Purpose : To buy submersible pump and water tank

Kavita Laxman, (standing second from right) Jaini Nabilal and 3 other women from the JJ Colony in Savda-Ghevra, a resettled slum colony in Delhi have formed a JLG and are together seeking a loan of Rs 75000. They want to buy submersible pumps and water tanks for household use. The current water supply via Delhi Jal Board tankers is inadequate and long queues frequently breaking out into fights are a common occurrence. Kavita Laxman earns approximately Rs 6000 a month by doing manual labour. Her husband is a plumber and makes up to...  Read more


Funded
$ 163.94

Still Requires
$ 1,026.51

Monika Ajay and Group
from Delhi, Delhi

Purpose : To buy a submersible pump and water tank

Savda-Ghevra, which is 40 km away from Delhi, is home to Monika Ajay (second from left in the photo) and four other women. What is unique about Savda-Ghevra and these women is the fact that they have to struggle every day for one of the most basic human needs – access to water. Monika, Dhanno, Rajeshdevi, Premvati and Soniya have to stand in queues for hours together for their turn at filling buckets of water from the Delhi Jal Board tanker – a tanker which arrives at an erratic schedule every day. They wish to invest in a submersi...  Read more


Funded
$ 158.70

Still Requires
$ 507.93

Rajammal and Group
from Musiri, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To construct toilets and improve sanitation facilities in their homes

Rajammal has formed a self-help group with her friends in Musiri, in the rural part of Karur, in Tamil Nadu. All 3 group members, Kathayi, Rajammal (seen in the middle of the group photo) and Muthulakshmi work hard to support their families and save diligently. They know that the only way to raise their standard of living is to work hard and keep away from diseases. They now want to build a toilet so that they do not have to travel great distance at odd times of the day or night to relieve them self and protect themselves from disease...  Read more


Funded
$ 142.83

Still Requires
$ 523.80

Bhuvaneshwari and Group
from Musiri, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To improve sanitation facilities in their homes by installing toilets

Bhuvaneshwari (standing in the middle) has formed a self-help group with her friends in Musiri, in the rural part of Karur, in Tamil Nadu. All three group members work hard to support their families and save diligently. However, their finances are not adequate for them to access basic necessities like toilets in their homes. They have to trek long distances at dawn to use the fields to relieve themselves. These families, especially their women and daughters, are subsequently at risk of infection, molestation and even insect or animal ...  Read more


Funded
$ 71.41

Still Requires
$ 246.03

Atmaram Pradhan
from BBSR-Khandagiri, Odisha

Purpose : To fund his class 4 education and bear the expenses of his coaching classes

Atmaram is reading in class 3 in Adarsha Sishu Bidya Mandira, Bhubaneswar. He is an average student and wants to take coaching classes for better education. But due to lack of money he is not able to join in coaching classes. His mother, Sangita is doing tailoring work and earns her livelihood. Her monthly income is near about Rs.6000 which was not sufficient to meet her monthly house hold expenses. For her son's coaching classes, Sangita wants a loan of Rs.20, 000 for coaching class as well as joining fees for 4th class. Your hel...  Read more


Funded
$ 118.33

Still Requires
$ 199.11

Subham Sekhar Nayak
from BBSR-Khandagiri, Odisha

Purpose : To fund nursery level education

Bhubaneswar is the state capital of Odisha. Subham Sekhar Nayak resides at Rental Colony of Bhubaneswar. He is reading in UKG, in Venketeswar School. He studies well and has interest in studies. Like other mother Gitanjali, his mother has also a dream to provide better education to her child. But her financial position is not so sound. She is doing a job as a school cook in the primary school. Her husband is also doing the job in private company. Somehow they are managing to meet their monthly household expenses in a sum of Rs. 6...  Read more