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$ 1,534.15

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$ 4,814.92

Aman And Group
from Ferozeshah, Punjab

Purpose : To fund for the infrastructure of the organization

Aman(the person who has raised her hand) is a 23-year-old from Ferozepur, Punjab.She gained her school education from Devsamaj School. Now she wishes to be certified as an associate CRM and an associate DTP. She has a household size of three members and their monthly income of Rs. 3,000. She has formed a group of 20 such similar candidates and they require a loan amount as working capital to construct the institution for the same, where they can study together. These candidates have received education up to various levels such as Dipl...  Read more


Funded
$ 25.20

Still Requires
$ 6,324.00

Avtar And Group
from Ferozeshah, Punjab

Purpose : To invest for pursuing courses to become CRM and DTP associates

Avtar(the person who has raised his hand) is a 25-year-old from Ferozepur, Punjab.He gained his school education from Government Senior Secondary School. Now he wishes to be certified as an associate CRM and an associate DTP. He has a household size of four members and their monthly income of Rs. 8,000. He has formed a group of 20 such similar candidates and they require a loan amount to continue their education to become associate CRM and associate DTP. These candidates have received education up to various levels such as Diploma, Po...  Read more


Funded
$ 99.11

Still Requires
$ 6,250.09

Suman And Group
from Chowarian Wali, Punjab

Purpose : To fund for completion of courses to become SMO and packer

Suman(the person who has raised her hand) is a 26-year-old from Fazilka district, Punjab. She gained her school education from Government High School Chuwarian Wali. Now she wishes to be certified as SMO and packer. She has a household size of four members and their monthly income of Rs. 7,000. She has formed a group of 20 such similar candidates and they require a loan amount to continue their education to become SMO and packer. These candidates have received education up to various levels from class 8 to 10. Most of them have a hous...  Read more


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$ 0.00

Still Requires
$ 301.58

Pratima Bastia And Group
from Tarabha, Odisha

Purpose : To invest in solar lanterns

Pratima Bastia lives in Subarnapur, Odisha with her family. She leads a group of 10 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. A loan of Rs 19000 will these women save money on kerosene, and harness the power of the sun to light their homes through a one-time investment on solar lanterns. Each of them requires Rs. 1,900 individually, ...  Read more


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$ 0.00

Still Requires
$ 150.79

Udian Bagh And Group
from Tarabha, Odisha

Purpose : To buy solar-powered lanterns

Udian Bagh hails from rural Subarnapur, Odisha. She has formed a group of 5 women seeking to buy solar lamps. 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. Your loan will help them purchase the solar lanterns they need, and improve their productivity, health, safety, and savings. They have applied for a loan of Rs. 1,900 each, from Mahashakti foundation, a field partner of Milaap....  Read more


Funded
$ 0.00

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$ 180.95

Bimala Bardhan And Group
from Rayagada, Odisha

Purpose : To procure the money to buy solar-powered lanterns

Bimala Bardhan is a 45-year-old married woman from Rayagada, Odisha. Bimala’s’s monthly earnings amount to Rs 7,000, out of which Rs 5,000 is spent on the monthly expenses. Her village suffers from repeated power-cuts often for a long period of time. Henceforth, Bimala and a group of 6 women are seeking to buy solar lamps to address this problem. Power cuts often lead to the usage of kerosene lamps, which can be quite detrimental to health. In order to change this situation, Siva group has requested a loan of Rs 11,400 from Ma...  Read more


Funded
$ 0.00

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$ 120.63

Chandrakanti Sethi And Group
from Tarabha, Odisha

Purpose : To utilize solar energy as a source of lighting

Chandrakanti Sethi lives in a small village in Subarnapur situated in Odisha. She is a 37-year-old married woman. Chandrakanti is a mother of one child. Her monthly income is Rs 7,000. Chandrakanti leads a group called Maraduguchha4. The group consists of 4 women. These women are determined to buy solar lamps, in order to address the issues of constant power cuts in their village. As an alternative, they use kerosene lamps. This can be quite injurious to their health. Henceforth, Maraduguchha4 has requested a loan of Rs 7,600 fr...  Read more


Funded
$ 0.00

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$ 60.31

Bijaya Naik And Group
from Tarabha, Odisha

Purpose : To get access to solar-powered lanterns

Bijaya Naik is a 29-year-old married woman who hails from Subarnapur, a small village situated in Odisha. Her monthly income amounts to Rs 7,000, out of which Rs 5,000 is spent on her monthly expenses. Her family comprises four members. She has created a grouping of 2 women who intend to purchase solar lamps. Due to frequent power cuts in their village, the villagers have to perform all their household chores in the dark. Their only hope in such a situation is a kerosene lamp. This alternative source can be quite harmful to their h...  Read more


Funded
$ 0.00

Still Requires
$ 150.79

Sashmita Panigrahi And Group
from Rayagada, Odisha

Purpose : To fund the adoption of solar energy in their home

Sashmita Panigrahi is a 35-year-old married woman. She is from Rayagada, situated in Odisha.There are four family members in her household. Sashmita’s monthly income is Rs 7,000 and her monthly expense amounts to Rs 5,000. Sashmita is the head of a group comprising of 5 women, who aim to buy solar lamps for their houses. Her village gets an unreliable power supply, because of which they have to adopt expensive kerosene lamps as a source of lighting. As a result, all their monthly savings are spent in buying kerosene lamps. In ad...  Read more


Funded
$ 0.00

Still Requires
$ 150.79

Babita Bag And Group
from Tarabha, Odisha

Purpose : To successfully get access to solar energy

Babita Bag currently resides in a village known as Subarnapur, which is located in Odisha. Her monthly income is Rs 6,500. Her family comprises four people of which 2 are children. Babita is leading a group named Kharjura 1G1, which comprises of five women. Their main agenda is to purchase solar lamps for their families. The present power supply in Babita'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