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Milaap does not lend directly to the beneficiary. We facilitate loans through micro-finance institutions [MFIs] operating in the beneficiary's area. These MFIs identify needs, manage loans under statutory guidelines, and disburse funds. The website supports raising funds for these MFIs.

Funded
$ 6,211.05

Still Requires
$ 24,851.45

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


Funded
$ 7,237.92

Still Requires
$ 11,699.56

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
$ 320.29

Still Requires
$ 12,179.71

MOHIMA And Group
from Dhosa, West Bengal

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

Mohima, a 35-year-old married woman and homemaker residing in a quaint village in the South 24 Parganas district of West Bengal, has devoted her years to managing her household's affairs and expenditures. However, as industrialization burgeons and living costs soar, she finds it increasingly challenging to meet even the basic necessities. Determined to alleviate the financial strain and contribute to her family's welfare, Mohima resolves to pursue training and establish her own business, venturing into self-employment. Leading a gr...   Read more


Funded
$ 1,814.12

Still Requires
$ 23,185.90

Rathodradha And Group
from Kapadvanj, Gujarat

Purpose : To expand her saree business and bolster her family's livelihood

Rathodradha, a 34-year-old married woman residing in Kheda District of Gujarat, manages a saree business to provide for her family. She offers a variety of sarees, including bandhani, cotton, and Banarasi sarees. With a household of four members and a monthly income of INR 24,000, Rathodradha is determined to enhance her family's financial stability by expanding her business. To realize her goal, she has applied for a loan of INR 2,000,000 from Saath Mahila, a trusted field partner of Milaap. This financial support will enable her ...   Read more