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Funded
$ 19.35

Still Requires
$ 101.26

Prema Bagartti And Group
from Titilagarh, Odisha

Purpose : To buy solar-powered lanterns

Prema Bagartti currently resides in a rural village called Balangir, which is located in Odisha. Her monthly income is Rs 6000. Her family comprises of four people of which 2 are children. Prema is leading a group named Sradhapur, which comprises of 4 women. Their main agenda is to purchase solar lamps for their families. The present power situation in Prema’s village is quite erratic at times. They face continuous power cuts and they end up relying on kerosene lamps or candles. Their children have to finish their homework in the da...  Read more


Funded
$ 143.02

Still Requires
$ 333.13

Only 17 hours left

Santra Devi
from Jaipur, Rajasthan

Purpose : To buy a sewing machine and expand tailoring business

Santra is a 21-year-old woman who resides in Jaipur district of Rajasthan. She has a household of 4 members. Santra is a hardworking woman. She earns a living by making and selling ladies suits and is now thinking about expanding her tailoring business and earning more money. Santra is planning on buying a sewing machine and cloth materials for the expansion of her business. She lacks capital for this and has hence asked for a loan of Rs. 30,000 from Apani Sahkari Sewa Samiti(Milaap's partner) for expanding her tailoring business. She...  Read more


Funded
$ 44.35

Still Requires
$ 136.58

Suryakanti Bibhar And Group
from Bargarh, Odisha

Purpose : To access solar lighting in their homes

Darkness looms with the setting sun in several households in remote parts of India. Suryakanti, is a 48-year-old married woman resides in a small village of Bargarh district, Orissa. 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 lamps give out toxic fumes, cause eye problems, and moreover, they are fire hazards. Kerosene is an expensive fuel as well. Instead, a solar lantern is a brigh...  Read more


Funded
$ 44.35

Still Requires
$ 136.58

Kaushalya Kumura And Group
from Bargarh, Odisha

Purpose : To fund solar-powered lanterns for their homes

Kausalya hails from rural Bargarh district, Odisha. She leads a group of 6 women who want to buy solar lamps for their families. They face frequent power cuts and lose productive hours each evening. The kerosene they use as an alternative for lamps is expensive and unhealthy. Your loan will help them purchase the solar lanterns they need, and improve their productivity, health, safety, and savings. They have applied for a loan of Rs.1,900 from Mahashakti Foundation, one of Milaap's field partner. They intend to repay the loan in 12 mo...  Read more


Funded
$ 31.74

Still Requires
$ 412.69

Sakina Khatun
from Khagrabari, West Bengal

Purpose : To invest for education and other academic expenses

14-year-old Nurjahan is a cheerful girl from Khagrabari, West Bengal. She reads in class 8 in ‘Cooch Behar Uchcha Balika Vidyalaya’. Despite many unfavorable circumstances she tries her level best to do a good result in her examination. Now, she needs private tuitions and some educational stuff for her continuous education. She can perform well in her examination, if she gets the support of private tuition and of some books copies etc. and pass out with good marks in her examination. Nurjahan’s father is a daily wage labor, engage...  Read more


Funded
$ 64.68

Still Requires
$ 332.14

Suman Barman
from Falakata, West Bengal

Purpose : To pay for educational expenses such as books, fees and uniform

12-year old Suman is a resident of Alipurduar in West Bengal. He studied in Dewanbash Junior High School. He stays with his parents and his elder brother. Both the brothers wake up enthusiastically and go to school. However, since his educational expenses are increasing, his parents are unable to pay the full amount. His father is involved in paddy business and has a monthly income of Rs. 8000. The family has a monthly expense of Rs. 5000. Thus, as a concerned mother Pramila (Suman’s mother) asked for a loan of Rs. 25,000 from BJS, ...  Read more


Funded
$ 25.00

Still Requires
$ 355.95

Subhajit Ray
from Falakata, West Bengal

Purpose : To fund the education of Subhajit

Fifteen years-old Subhajit is a student of class 10 of Vidyashram Divyajyoti Vidyaniketan. He lives in a small village called Masajidpara in Dhupguri with his parents and two younger siblings, who are, all student. He is a good student and works hard to score better. His mother Purnima is a typical homemaker but keeps her busy in household chores and his father is involved with small income generating business. His family income is barely enough to meet the household expenses. Purnima tries to bear the educational costs of her childre...  Read more


Funded
$ 70.22

Still Requires
$ 564.70

Mober Serim Gazi
from Basirhat, West Bengal

Purpose : To fund her son's higher education

Ayesa Bibi is a resident of Basirhat, West Bengal, she is married with 2 children,1 son and 1 daughter. She is a housewife while her husband is engaged in a quilting business and has an average monthly income of Rs.9,000. Expenses are high and savings are scanty, hence its difficult to shell money for the higher education of her elder son Mober, 18, currently studying in B.A 1st Year at Taki Government College. Thus, in order to fund her son's continued education, Ayesa requires a loan of Rs. 40,000 from BJS, Milaap's partner. Mober ...  Read more


Funded
$ 147.61

Still Requires
$ 407.93

Only 17 hours left

Pankaj Sarkar
from Falakata, West Bengal

Purpose : To pay for educational expenses

16 years old Pankaj is a boy from Falakata in the state of West Bengal. He studies in class 10th in the Falakata High School. He lives with his parents and a younger brother, who studies in class 9. Pankaj is a good student and he wants to be teacher in future. Pankaj’s father work hard to earn enough to provide for their 2 sons' education. Pankaj’s father is a farmer by profession and he has access to very limited income, which is now falling short to suffice for all the present expenses (family and education). Thus, in order t...  Read more


Funded
$ 7.93

Still Requires
$ 785.71

Renuka Gouravva Shivannavar
from Ghataprabha, Karnataka

Purpose : To expand her grocery shop by increasing inventory

Renuka, 49, is married with 2 school going children and lives in Gokak, Karnataka. She is owns a grocery shop and contributes to the monthly household income, which is Rs.10,000. Expenses are as high as Rs. 5,500 in a household of 5 with added education costs of 2 children to support. In order to increase her income, Renuka wishes to expand her grocery business, for which she requires a loan of Rs. 50,000 from Mass, Milaap's partner. The loan will be used to buy supplies of the inventory in bulk and beforehand for the growth of her en...  Read more