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Funded
$ 1,904.05

Still Requires
$ 1,172.52

Sreedhar Chittikanna
from Hyderabad, Telangana

Purpose : To pay for IVF-fertility treatment

Sreedhar, a 31-year-old married man from Hyderabad works as an assistant professor. He wants to support his wife, Samyukta to undergo IVF- fertility treatment. They have a monthly income of Rs.46,000 but it is not sufficient for the high expenses of the treatment. He has applied for a loan of Rs.2,00,000 from Arogya, one of Milaap's field partner. He intends to repay the loan in 36 months. He is thankful to their lenders and hope to be successful in his wife's treatment....  Read more


Funded
$ 297.68

Still Requires
$ 10.00

Nithya Kartick
from Trichy City, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To build a toilet and access basic sanitation facility at home

Nithya is a 29-year-old woman from Trichy City, in rural Tamil Nadu. For several years now, she and her family have been making do without a toilet at home. Not only is the practice of open defecation unhygienic, it is also unsafe. Women and girls are compelled to seek out desolate areas, such as fields, for privacy; but this puts them at risk of molestation. There is also the threat of snakes and insect bites. Access to a toilet will mean privacy and peace of mind for Nithya and family. It will also mean they no longer need to wal...  Read more


Funded
$ 112.25

Still Requires
$ 195.43

Akilandeswari Ganesan
from Trichy City, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To build toilet and have access to sanitation facilities

Akilandeswari, a 24 year old married woman( with her baby in her arms) residing in a district of Tiruchirappalli,Tamil Nadu is a daily wage labourer. She has understood the importance of having a toilet at home, but does not have the means to build one. She and her family members have to walk long distances for sanitation issues: in dense bushes or isolated fields. These families, especially their women and daughters, are subsequently at risk of infection, molestation, and even insect or animal bites. She has a monthly income of Rs.9,...  Read more


Funded
$ 113.28

Still Requires
$ 194.39

Kodiyarasu Chakkravarthy
from Uppiliyapuram, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To build a toilet at home

A toilet is one of the most basic necessities; yet there are millions in rural India who don't have access to a private toilet. Kodiyarasu, from Tiruchirappalli in Tamil Nadu is one such woman. Since there is no toilet at home, she and her family are often forced to walk long distances, seeking a private spot to defecate. This is unhygienic, and unsafe. Apart from the threat of snakes and poisonous insects, there is the risk of infections, molestation, or attacks as well. Taking matters into their own hands, Kodiyarasu and her fam...  Read more


Funded
$ 108.84

Still Requires
$ 198.84

Maheshwari Ramkumar
from Trichy City, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To fund construction of a toilet at home

The sanitation crisis in India is a result of poor infrastructure and lack of education. Maheshwari, who lives in Trichy City, in the state of Tamil Nadu has understood the importance of having a toilet at home, but does not have the means to build one. With no access to a toilet, she and her family have to walk long distances to answer nature's call in private: in dense bushes or isolated fields. In families like Maheshwari's, women and girls seeking privacy often resort to waking up before sunrise to relieve themselves. These famili...  Read more


Funded
$ 108.84

Still Requires
$ 198.84

Akila Ramasamy
from Trichy City, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To build toilet and have access to sanitation facilities

Akila, a 51 year old married woman residing in a district of Tiruchirappalli,Tamil Nadu is a daily wage labourer. She has understood the importance of having a toilet at home, but does not have the means to build one. She and her family members have to walk long distances for sanitation issues: in dense bushes or isolated fields. These families, especially their women and daughters, are subsequently at risk of infection, molestation, and even insect or animal bites. She has a monthly income of Rs.16,000 which is not sufficient for her...  Read more


Funded
$ 54.22

Still Requires
$ 176.53

Banita Sing
from rajkanika, Odisha

Purpose : To renovate their toilet and access improved sanitation facilities

Banita is a 34-years-old. She is married and she is a resident of the district of Kendrapara in Odisha. She lives with her family that has 6 members. She lives in a house that has very poor sanitation facilities and all the members must defecate in the poorly constructed toilet that they have. Now she is determined to construct a toilet to put an end to their issues where they lack the facilities. She has approached Milaap’s field partner Gram Utthan to request for a loan amount of Rs. 15,000. This can enable hygienic conditions and p...  Read more


Funded
$ 281.75

Still Requires
$ 241.30

Swarnalata Mondal
from Baduria, West Bengal

Purpose : to repair her family toilet for the general health and wellbeing of her family

Thirty years old Swarnalata lives in the village of Arshula in West Bengal, with her husband and a son. Her son reads in class 7 in local village school. Her husband is engaged with a milk selling business. Swarnalata is a housewife. Swarnalata hardly could save after managing her household costs and educational expenses of her son. But immediately she needs to repair her toilet. She needs to repair the floor, roof and plaster the inner walls. Due to the massive rain in the region the floor, roof and the walls of the toilet got dam...  Read more


Funded
$ 75.38

Still Requires
$ 232.30

Amutha Sakthivel
from Trichy City, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To construct a private toilet

Amutha Sakthivel is a 48-year-old daily wage worker who earns income insufficient to meet the monthly expenditure in a household of five. Theirs is a family impacted deeply by the lack of appropriate infrastructure for sanitation. They have to walk at least for a km to hunt for some privacy. A toilet is one of the most basic necessities, yet there are millions in rural India who make do without one. They are prone to infections and diseases which further lead to an increase in medical expenses. The basic living conditions are inaccess...  Read more


Funded
$ 35.38

Still Requires
$ 272.30

Kalaiselvi Thangavel
from Trichy City, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To fund construction of a toilet at home

The sanitation crisis in India is a result of poor infrastructure and lack of education. Kalaiselvi, who lives in Trichy City, in the state of Tamil Nadu has understood the importance of having a toilet at home but does not have the means to build one. Since there is no toilet at home, she and her family are often forced to walk long distances, seeking a private spot to defecate. This is unhygienic and unsafe. Apart from the threat of snakes and poisonous insects, there is the risk of infections, molestation, or attacks as well. s...  Read more