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Funded
$ 48.95

Still Requires
$ 370.63

Madhabi Bag
from Shantipur, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase hilsa, rohu, prawn, etc. and expand her fish selling business

Madhabi is a 41-year-old, married woman from Nadia district, West Bengal. She has 5 members in her family. She sells fish for a living and her monthly household income is INR 7,500. She wants to buy stocks of Hilsa, Ruhi, Prawn, etc. (types of fish) to sell and expand her business. Thus, she seeks a loan of INR 30,000 from Grameen Shakti, one of Milaap's field partners. She will invest the money for a more stable income and a better standard of living. She will be grateful for your support....   Read more


Funded
$ 13.98

Still Requires
$ 335.66

Mamani Singh
from Swarupganj, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase different varieties of fish in order to expand her fish selling business

Mamani is a 48-year-old married woman who lives in the Nadia district of West Bengal. She is engaged in the fish selling business. They purchase fish from the wholesale market and then sell it to the customers. She has a family of 4 members and a monthly household income of INR 8,000. She finds it difficult to manage the household expenses with her current income and wants to buy more varieties of fish like the rohu, hilsa, prawns etc to sell in the market and earn an increased income. She has applied for a loan of INR 25,000 from Gra...   Read more


Funded
$ 6.99

Still Requires
$ 342.66

Sulekha Majhi
from Swarupganj, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase different varieties of fish like rohu, hilsa, prawn etc in order to expand her fish selling business

Sulekha is a 41-year-old married woman who lives in the Nadia district of West Bengal. She is engaged in the fish selling business. They purchase a wide variety of fish from the wholesale market and then sell them to the customers. She has a family of 4 members and a monthly household income of INR 8,000. She finds it difficult to manage all the expenses with her current income and is even unable to save much. She wants to purchase a higher quantity of fish like rohu, hilsa etc from the wholesale market which will help her earn an inc...   Read more


Funded
$ 13.99

Still Requires
$ 475.52

Annapurna Debnath
from Swarupganj, West Bengal

Purpose : To expand her ready made cloth shop

Annapurna is a 43-years-old residing in Nadia, West Bengal. She has a family of 3 members with 1 school-going child. Her household monthly income is INR 8,000. She runs a retail shop where she sells a T-shirt, shirt, pants, ladies garments, kids' garments, etc. She purchases different varieties of clothes and sells them in their shop. The business is the main source of income for the family. The income is barely enough to cover the family and educational expenses of their children. She plans to purchase more stock of clothes stock i...   Read more


Funded
$ 13.98

Still Requires
$ 685.31

Tampha N
from Sagolband Branch and, Manipur

Purpose : To purchase spices to expand her grocery store.

Tampha is a 43-year-old married woman, residing in Imphal West, Manipur. She sells spices. She has a monthly household income of INR 11,000. She plans on purchasing spices, and other food materials to expand her grocery business. However, her monthly income is barely enough to meet her family's needs, thus she has applied for a loan of INR 50,000 from Chanura, one of the Milaap's field partners. She and her family will be grateful for your kind support....   Read more


Funded
$ 73.43

Still Requires
$ 346.15

Nisha Bag
from Shantipur, West Bengal

Purpose : To expand fish selling business

Nisha is a 40-years-old mother of 2 children residing in Nadia, West Bengal. She has a family of 4 members with 2 schools going children. Her household monthly income is INR 7,200. She runs a fish business along with her husband where she buys fish from the wholesale market and sells in her locality. She sells different varieties of fish such as Ruhi, Hilsa, Crab, etc. She is barely able to provide for the educational expenses on top of household expenditure. She realizes that an increase in her income levels and control over income ...   Read more