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Banita Sunni
from Kesinga, Odisha

Purpose : To access solar lighting at home

Banita is a hard-working woman who lives in Kesinga, in Odisha. Apart from power-outages through the day, there are often several hours in the evenings when the households in Kesinga need to make do with the light from a dim kerosene lamp. Kerosene lamps give out toxic fumes, cause eye problems, and moreover, they are fire hazards. Kerosene is an expensive fuel as well. In order to cut down expenses on kerosene and choose a cheaper, cleaner energy source, Banita is seeking a loan of Rs 1800 to buy a solar-lantern....  Read more


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Shanmugathayee Dhanaraj
from Musiri, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To fund the adoption of solar energy at home

Shanmugathayee is a 40-year-old woman from Musiri, Tamil Nadu. When dusk falls each evening, her house is invariably shrouded in darkness, since the region she lives in is plagued by long and frequent power cuts. In the absence of a regular power supply, her family needs access to a lighting alternative that does not eat into their savings like the expensive kerosene lamps that they currently have to use. In order to cut down expenses on kerosene and choose a cheaper, cleaner energy source, Shanmugathayee is seeking a loan of Rs 2...  Read more


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Sangeetha Kalidass
from Manachanalloor, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To access solar lighting at home

The village of Manachanalloor, in the state of Tamil Nadu, where Sangeetha lives along with her family, is a region facing an energy crisis. Power-cuts in the evenings means she often has to finish her household chores in the dark and her children are finishing up their homework by the dim light of a kerosene lamp or a candle. In the absence of a regular power supply, her family needs access to a lighting alternative that does not eat into their savings like the expensive kerosene lamps that they currently have to use. In order to ...  Read more


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Mageshwari Jeganathan
from Mohanur, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To buy a solar-powered lantern

The village of Mohanur, in the state of Tamil Nadu, where Mageshwari lives along with her family, is a region facing an energy crisis. Apart from power-outages through the day, there are often several hours in the evenings when the households in Mohanur need to make do with the light from a dim kerosene lamp. Kerosene is a very common, but expensive alternative fuel. More often than not, families end up spending a good part of their meager savings on this. A solar lantern is a one-time investment, and will help Mageshwari and her ...  Read more


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Bhavani Kamaraj
from Thottiyam, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To buy a solar lantern

Bhavani is a 41-year-old woman from Thottiyam, Tamil Nadu. Apart from power-outages through the day, there are often several hours in the evenings when the households in Thottiyam need to make do with the light from a dim kerosene lamp. Kerosene lamps give out toxic fumes, cause eye problems, and moreover, they are fire hazards. Kerosene is an expensive fuel as well. Hence, she is seeking a loan of Rs 2300 to buy solar lanterns. The lanterns will help the family cut down expenses on kerosene, save more and lead a more comfortable ...  Read more


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Mariyaselvi Yesuraj
from Mohanur, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To buy a solar lantern

Darkness looms with the setting sun in several households in remote parts of India. Mariyaselvi lives in Mohanur, one such village in Tamil Nadu. Power-cuts in the evenings means she often has to finish her household chores in the dark, and her children are finishing up their homework by the dim light of a kerosene lamp or a candle. A kerosene lamp, which is the most common alternative, is expensive, inefficient and a source of toxic fumes. Instead, a solar lantern is a brighter, safer alternative, and a one-time investment. A loa...  Read more


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Vijaya Palaniyandi
from Musiri, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To buy a solar lantern

The village of Musiri, in the state of Tamil Nadu, where Vijaya lives along with her family, is a region facing an energy crisis. Power-cuts in the evenings means she often has to finish her household chores in the dark and her children are finishing up their homework by the dim light of a kerosene lamp or a candle. Kerosene is a very common, but expensive alternative fuel. More often than not, families end up spending a good part of their meager savings on this. Hence, she is seeking a loan of Rs 2300 to buy solar lanterns. The la...  Read more


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Kalaiyarasi Dhanapal
from Musiri, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To buy a solar lantern

Kalaiyarasi is a 32-year-old woman from Musiri, Tamil Nadu. Apart from power-outages through the day, there are often several hours in the evenings when the households in Musiri need to make do with the light from a dim kerosene lamp. Kerosene is a very common, but expensive alternative fuel. More often than not, families end up spending a good part of their meagre savings on this. In order to cut down expenses on kerosene and choose a cheaper, cleaner energy source, Kalaiyarasi is seeking a loan of Rs 2300 to buy a solar-lantern....  Read more


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Manjula Veeramalai
from Musiri, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To fund the adoption of solar energy at home

The village of Musiri, in the state of Tamil Nadu, where Manjula lives along with her family, is a region facing an energy crisis. When dusk falls each evening, her house is invariably shrouded in darkness, since the region she lives in is plagued by long and frequent power cuts. Kerosene lamps give out toxic fumes, cause eye problems, and moreover, they are fire hazards. Kerosene is an expensive fuel as well. In order to cut down expenses on kerosene and choose a cheaper, cleaner energy source, Manjula is seeking a loan of Rs 230...  Read more


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Arokiyamary Sahayaraj
from Mohanur, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To fund the adoption of solar energy at home

Arokiyamary is a 40-year-old woman from Mohanur, Tamil Nadu. Power-cuts in the evenings means she often has to finish her household chores in the dark, and her children are finishing up their homework by the dim light of a kerosene lamp or a candle. Kerosene lamps give out toxic fumes, cause eye problems and moreover, they are fire hazards. Kerosene is an expensive fuel as well. Instead, a solar lantern is a brighter, safer alternative and a one-time investment. A loan of Rs 2300 will help Arokiyamary buy a solar lantern and make t...  Read more