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Jashoda Pande and Group
from Tarabha, Odisha

Purpose : To buy solar-powered lanterns

Jashoda Pande (standing second from left) hails from rural Subarnapur, Odisha. She has formed a group with 11 women seeking to buy solar lamps. They face long hours of power cuts which does not let them complete their household chores. In the absence of a regular power supply, they need access to a lighting alternative that does not eat into their savings like the expensive kerosene lamps that they currently have to use. A loan of Rs 19800 will these women save money on kerosene and harness the power of the sun to light their home...  Read more


Funded
$ 8.30

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$ 30.00

Dhanalakshmi Kalyanasundram
from Musiri, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To buy a solar lantern

The village of Musiri, in the state of Tamil Nadu, where Dhanalakshmi 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 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, Dhanalakshmi is...  Read more


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$ 0.00

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$ 38.33

Vasanthy Veeramuthu
from Manachanalloor, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To buy a solar lantern

Darkness looms with the setting sun in several households in remote parts of India. Vasanthy lives in Manachanalloor, one such village in 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. Instead, a solar lantern is a brighter, ...  Read more


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$ 0.00

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$ 38.33

Shantha Prakash
from Manachanalloor, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To buy a solar lantern

Darkness looms with the setting sun in several households in remote parts of India. Shantha lives in Manachanalloor, one such village in 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. 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. Instead, a solar lantern is a brighter, safer alternative and a one-time investment. A ...  Read more


Funded
$ 0.00

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$ 38.33

Vaijayanthy Aathiraj
from Manachanalloor, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To buy a solar lantern

Vaijayanthy is a 24-year-old woman from Manachanalloor, Tamil Nadu. The area she lives in is plagued by power-cuts that are frequent and often stretch into long hours in the evenings. This disrupts her daily routine and she is unable to complete her household chores. 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...  Read more


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$ 0.00

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$ 38.33

Hemashyamala Selvakumar
from Manachanalloor, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To buy a solar lantern

The village of Manachanalloor, in the state of Tamil Nadu, where Hemashyamala 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. 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 ...  Read more


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$ 0.00

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$ 38.33

Packiyakakshmi Rajagopal
from Manachanalloor, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To buy a solar-powered lantern

Darkness looms with the setting sun in several households in remote parts of India. Packiyakakshmi lives in Manachanalloor, 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. 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. Hence, she is seeking a loan of Rs 2300 to...  Read more


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$ 0.00

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$ 38.33

Neela Thirusangu
from Manachanalloor, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To buy a solar lantern

The village of Manachanalloor, in the state of Tamil Nadu, where Neela 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 Manachanalloor need to make do with the light from a dim kerosene lamp. 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 loan of Rs 2300 wi...  Read more


Funded
$ 274.80

Still Requires
$ 58.50

Ajay Sahoo
from BBSR-Khandagiri, Odisha

Purpose : To fund his tuition fee

Ajay Sahoo is a 17 year old and Intermediate student of Ekamra College, Bhubaneswar of Odisha. He has recently taken his final examinations and is awaiting the results. Further, he wants to pursue a pre-university course. The course fee and the cost of books together come up to Rs. 20,000. However, given his poor financial background, he is short of money to pay the fee and purchase the text books all together at the same time. His mother Rajani runs a gupchup stall in her locality with her husband. Her monthly income is just Rs.7...  Read more


Funded
$ 273.96

Still Requires
$ 59.37

Soumya Ranjan Dash
from BBSR-Khandagiri, Odisha

Purpose : To cover his class 11 tution fee.

Soumya Ranjan, is a 15 year old boy, studying in Government Boys High School, Bhubaneswar, a local school at Bhubaneswar, Odisha. He lives with his parents and one sibling. Soumya Ranjan is a bright student of class 10. Unfortunately, the meager savings of his parents is not sufficient to pay for his fees. His mother Manju works at a private firm. Their monthly savings of Rs. 1,500 barely helps cater to their children’s education. But despite this, both spouses are determined to provide quality education to their children. Soumya ...  Read more