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Funded
$ 10,364.34

Still Requires
$ 8,385.68

Parmarmanjulaben And Group
from Kadi, Gujarat

Purpose : to purchase fertilizer, seeds, etc in order to expand business

Parmarmanjulaben is a 37-year-old married woman. She resides in the Kadi, Mahesana, Gujarat. She has a family of 5 members. She is a farmer and has a monthly family income of roughly around INR 27,000. She has formed and is leading a group of 29 members who, just like Parmarmanjulaben, 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 t...   Read more


Funded
$ 2,287.32

Still Requires
$ 16,275.19

LILABATI And Group
from Dhosa, West Bengal

Purpose : to start their own businesses and become self-employed for an affordable future for themselves

Lilabati Dalui is a 29-year-old married woman and homemaker living in a small village in South 24 Parganas district, West Bengal. She has been a homemaker for all these years and has taken care of the family's needs and expenses. With the increasing industrialization and expenses touching the sky high, it is becoming difficult for her to afford even the necessities. She wishes to take a stand and contribute to the expenses and savings of her family. She wants to get proper training and start her own business and become self-employed t...   Read more


Funded
$ 1,503.92

Still Requires
$ 23,496.08

Pandyabhumika And Group
from Wadhwan, Gujarat

Purpose : to construct a toilet near their houses for a safer sanitary lifestyle for women

Pandyabhumika is a 33-year-old married woman and homemaker. She resides in Wadhwan, Surendranagar, Gujarat. She lives with her husband and three young children. She has a family income of INR 50,000 and savings of INR 10,000 per month. She has a small toilet at home. That toilet has broken floors and dampened walls. The seasonal changes of hefty rain cause damage to the tin sheets and weak roofs. She also faces clogging and dripping issues creating an unhygienic environment. She has formed and is leading a group of forty members who f...   Read more


Funded
$ 1,464.18

Still Requires
$ 17,473.32

HASINA And Group
from Dhosa, West Bengal

Purpose : to start their own businesses and become self-employed for an affordable future for themselves

Hasina is a 42-year-old married woman and homemaker living in a small village in South 24 Parganas district, West Bengal. She has been a homemaker for all these years and has taken care of the family's needs and expenses. With the increasing industrialization and expenses touching the sky high, it is becoming difficult for her to afford even the necessities. She wishes to take a stand and contribute to the expenses and savings of her family. She wants to get proper training and start her own business and become self-employed to fulfil...   Read more


Funded
$ 1,439.64

Still Requires
$ 29,622.87

Fatema Laskar And Group
from Dhosa, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase paddy and crops for expanding their agriculture businesses

Fatema Laskar is a 30-year-old married woman residing in South 24 Parganas, West Bengal. She has a family of four members with a school-going child. She is a farmer and accumulates a monthly household income of INR 9,500. Fatema Laskar has formed and is leading a group of 64 members in applying for a loan of INR 24,85,000 with DCBS to expand their business by utilizing the loan to purchase paddy and crops. This loan would elevate the economic livelihood of Fatema Laskar and her friends and in turn, will help alleviate the lives of ...   Read more