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Tribal families in Kumaria and Dhangao Village in Gumla
from Basia, Jharkhand

Purpose : To fund solar energy adoption in their village by setting up a 25KW solar power grid

Situation of power availability in rural Jharkhand has never been rosy, inspite of the state being one of the important hubs for power generation. The villages in Jharkhand have been facing acute power crisis and the situation is even worse for the tribal families who live in remote villages. Kumaria, one such remote village located in Gumla administrative block, has power only for 3-4 hours every day. The residents of this village burn kerosene wick lamps for light after sunset. When the kerosene stock runs out they live in darkness....  Read more


Funded
$ 202.86

Still Requires
$ 324.39

Deepak Maurya
from Mumbai-City, Maharashtra

Purpose : to fund his B.Voc in patient care management

19-year-old Deepak Mourya comes from Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh but currently resides in Mumbai where he has come with aspirations of studying. He completed his 12th in science stream. He comes from a very humble family which supports him throughout. His dream has always been to become a doctor and tried for the same but could not clear the entrance exam of MBBS. His siblings are studying so there is financial pressure on his parents. His father works in TISS. Recently, Deepak explored more avenues for pusruing a career in medicine and be...  Read more


Funded
$ 228.92

Still Requires
$ 11,892.27

Naveen Khatri and Group
from Barmer, Rajasthan

Purpose : To fund working capital requirement for the weaving business

Naveen Khatri, 36, and his father, Ramlalji Khatri come from a lineage of block printers. Their forefather have been block printing in earthen vats for more than 60 years, in the inhospitable barren tracts of Barmer. Ramlalji and his son established the Barmer Kala Niketan back in 1987 to promote their rural craft. The process of their speciality printing lies in their use of raw gond from the babool trees which is crushed and soaked with calcium carbonate (chuna) in large vats with water for 24-48 hours. The colors are introduced wit...  Read more


Funded
$ 43.17

Still Requires
$ 259.84

Sanaka Hazra
from Mayureshwar, West Bengal

Purpose : To provide basic sanitation facilities for her family

The lack of basic sanitation facilities in India not only causes problems of disease and health, but many rural women face the threat of rape and harassment as well. Though the Indian government is tackling the issue and promises to end public defecation in the open by 2019, 40-year-old Sanaka is taking matters into her hands and improving her situation by installing a toilet at home. Daily, she and her family of five have to walk long distances to the public toilet. The lack of proper sanitation facilities not only puts her family at...  Read more


Funded
$ 75.74

Still Requires
$ 227.27

Sagari Hazra
from Mayureshwar, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase a new cow for dairy business

32-years-old Sagari comes from a small village called Moutha in Birbhum district of West Bengal. She is married to Ajit Hazra and they are blessed with two children. Her husband is involved in a private job. To supplement her family’s income, Sagari has been running a small scale dairy business. She rears a cow and sells its milk to her neighbours. Her contribution has been significant in keeping her family financially afloat. She takes care of all the household jobs, looks after her husband and children and also manages her dairy bus...  Read more


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$ 0.00

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$ 303.03

Balika Hazra
from Mayureshwar, West Bengal

Purpose : To repair toilet at home

40-year-old Balika Hazra belongs to Kalikapur village in Birbhum district of West Bengal. She lives with her husband and two sons. She is a housewife and her husband is a mason. Their monthly household income is about Rs. 10,300. This amount is mostly used to cover their household expenses and they manage to save a small amount every month. The toilet in their house is in bad shape. The family has to face a lot of problems due to this. It also poses health risks due to unhygienic conditions. They want to get the toilet repaired bef...  Read more


Funded
$ 87.73

Still Requires
$ 215.28

Jyostna Mondal
from Mayureshwar, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase agricultural products

Jyostna Mondal is a 42-year-old lady who lives in Gargara village in Birbhum district of West Bengal along with her husband and her son. A hard working lady, Jyostna does not only single-handedly manages all the household chores but also engages herself in farming along with her husband. Her husband is involved in his agriculture business. The family owns two pieces of land, one of which they have recently purchased. For years, the couple have practiced farming as their primary source of income. Unfortunately, despite their endless ef...  Read more


Funded
$ 57.26

Still Requires
$ 245.75

Archana Bagdi
from Mayureshwar, West Bengal

Purpose : To start bitter gourd cultivation

Archana is a 30-year-old hard working woman from Narayanghati village in Birbhum district of West Bengal. She lives with her husband, a son and a daughter. Her husband, Satish, is a farmer. He also sells fish to earn some extra income. Archana also helps her husband in farming activities after managing the household chores. They grow various seasonal vegetable on their own land and sell their harvest in the local market. They plan to earn more returns from their land by starting cultivation of bitter gourd. Bitter gourd is a nutr...  Read more


Funded
$ 17.02

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$ 286.00

Bandana Mondal
from Mayureshwar, West Bengal

Purpose : To buy farming supplies for carrot cultivation

Bandana Mondal is a 40-year-old woman from the village of Narayanghati in Birbhum district of West Bengal. She lives with her husband and mother-in-law, running the household of three on a monthly income of Rs. 15,000. An amount of Rs. 12,000 from this goes towards expenses. Bandana’s husband is a farmer who grows seasonal crops on the plot of land they own. She helps out her husband whenever she gets time after finishing her household chores. The couple now wants to expand their farming business by cultivating more vegetables. Th...  Read more


Funded
$ 42.87

Still Requires
$ 260.15

Purnima Bhandari
from Mayureshwar, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase fertilizers, pesticides, and seeds for cultivation

Purnima Bhandari is a 42-year-old woman from Narayanghati village in Birbhum district of West Bengal. She lives with her husband, two sons, and mother in law. She is an energetic, hardworking and optimistic woman. Her husband is a farmer. Purnima, although a housewife, helps her husband in his agribusiness. Her household income is around Rs.11,000 per month and she manages to save around Rs.2,000 every month. Purnima 's husband has been a farmer for a long time and is the sole breadwinner of the family. He mainly cultivates season...  Read more