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$ 42.26

Still Requires
$ 412.26

Manabala Barman
from Falakata, West Bengal

Purpose : To expand her animal husbandry business to sell milk, curd and ghee etc.

Manabala, aged 32 years is a rural woman and the owner of a small scale dairy business. She is from the village named Bara Soulmari in Falakata in Alipurduar district, West Bengal. Manabala is a married woman and the mother of two children; one son and one daughter. Her daughter reads in class 4 and son is a preschooler. Her husband engaged in fish vending business. The income generated by her husband is insufficient to cover all of their household expenses, so she started her milk selling business. She has been doing it for 5 years a...  Read more


Funded
$ 3.63

Still Requires
$ 450.90

Malina Barman
from Falakata, West Bengal

Purpose : To buy a cow for her animal husbandry business

Malina lives in a small village named Raychenga of Falakata in West Bengal. She is 34-year-old and blessed with two daughters. Her daughters read in class 10 and 1 respectively. Her husband is a driver by occupation. Malina is engaged with her animal husbandry. Malina rears cows and supplies cow milk in her neighborhood. There is a great demand for cow milk in their locality so; gradually her customers are also increasing. She also sells cow dung for extra income; cow dung is used as farm manure and fuel in rural areas. Now she wa...  Read more


Funded
$ 7,466.54

Still Requires
$ 49,351.45

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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
$ 564.45

Still Requires
$ 1,556.58

Vijayalakshmi and Group
from Trichy City, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To build toilets in their homes

Vijayalakshmi, seen in the middle of the group in the photo, leads a group of 5 in Trichy City, Tamil Nadu. They come from similar backgrounds, working hard to sustain their families. They have no access to toilets, and therefore they have to resort to open defecation using the false privacy of nearby fields and surrounding shrubbery. These unsanitary practices make them vulnerable to infections and the lack of privacy exposes them to molestation or worse. Taking matters into their own hands, Vijayalakshmi and her group want to bui...  Read more


Funded
$ 189.72

Still Requires
$ 188.97

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Kajiran Bibi
from Dhupguri, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase agricultural products

Kajiran Bibi is a 44-years-old lady who lives with her three sons and her husband in Jhakuapara village in Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal. The three young boys of the family are all engaged in construction works. They work as masons to earn money for their family. Kajiran's husband has his own agriculture business. The family owns a small land where Kajiran's husband practices cultivation. He utilities the asset to grow seasonal fruits, vegetables and other crops. Kajiran who is a housewife, puts in endless efforts at home to prov...  Read more


Funded
$ 706.47

Still Requires
$ 51.04

Sugandavva Kamalavva Metri
from Ghataprabha, Karnataka

Purpose : To fund her daughter's education

Having had no access to education herself, 50-year-old Sugandavva understands the importance of getting girl children educated. She is a former devadasi who now works as a daily wage labourer on agricultural fields. With her stay her two daughters. The income she gets is inconsistent and unreliable. Thus, she finds it very hard to set aside money to educate her daughters. Sugandavva has applied for a loan from MASS, Milaap's field partner in rural Karnataka. With the loan, Sugandavva will be able to fund her daughter's education wh...  Read more


Funded
$ 462.39

Still Requires
$ 598.15

Kalaiyarasi and Group
from Trichy City, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To improve sanitation facilities in their homes by installing toilets

Kalaiyarasi has formed a self-help group with her friends in Trichy City, in the rural part of Tiruchirappalli, in Tamil Nadu. All 5 group members work hard to support their families. Unfortunately despite their best efforts, their income is not sufficient to fulfill the needs of all the members of their families and also to do some savings. This has deprived them access basic necessities like toilets in their homes. They have to walk long distances in order to approach the closest public toilet. Not only is the long distance very ris...  Read more


Funded
$ 503.73

Still Requires
$ 556.80

Mahalakshmi and Group
from Trichy City, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To construct toilets and improve sanitation facilities in their homes

Mahalakshmi has formed a self-help group with her friends in Trichy City, in the rural part of Tiruchirappalli, in Tamil Nadu. All 5 group members work hard to support their families, and save diligently. However, their finances are not adequate for them to access basic necessities like toilets in their homes. They have to trek long distances at dawn to use the fields to relieve themselves. Due to this lack of sanitation facilities, their families are at risk of infection and fall ill often, spending a significant portion of their sav...  Read more


Funded
$ 478.46

Still Requires
$ 1,642.72

Shanthi and Group
from Trichy City, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To fund the construction of toilets in homes

32 year old, Shanthi, hails from Trichy City in Tamil Nadu where lives with a household of 5 including her daughter. She leads a group of 5 women from her village in seeking a loan of Rs. 70,000 to build toilets in each of their homes which they commit to repaying in 18 months. Currently, their families have no access to toilets. They therefore have to resort to open defecation using the false privacy of nearby fields and surrounding shrubbery, putting them at risk of infection, molestation or attack, and making them vulnerable to...  Read more


Funded
$ 286.92

Still Requires
$ 470.60

Jamanaben Tapubhai Chavada
from Gandhidam, Gujarat

Purpose : To fund the repairs of her house

Jamanaben is a 47 year old lady. She lives in Gandhidam village in Kutch. She works in the construction sector and her family earns Rs 11,000 in a month. She has three children in her family. She wants to repair the wall, roof and toilet. For this she requires a loan of Rs 50,000 from Prayas (Milaap's field partner). She will use the money to improve the conditions of her house and resume access to a healthy living environment. She thanks her lenders....  Read more