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Funded
$ 79.66

Still Requires
$ 158.41

Sumila Thokchom
from Sega Road Branch, Manipur

Purpose : To expand her home essential shop

Sumila Nirmalkumar is a 41-year-old woman living in a small village in the Imphal West district of Manipur. She lives with her husband and two school-going children. She contributes to her family's monthly income of Rs.11,000 by running a home essential shops. She sells blankets, bedsheets, clothes, shoes, and kitchen items. However, after their monthly household expenses, her family is left with just Rs.1,500 in savings. Sumila, therefore, wants to expand her shop to make a better living for her family. Hence, she has applied for...  Read more


Funded
$ 79.66

Still Requires
$ 158.41

Sanayaima Gurumayum
from Sega Road Branch, Manipur

Purpose : To expand clothing business

Sanayaima is a 61-years-old woman who lives in Imphal West district of Manipur. She runs her family of 6 with a monthly household income of Rs. 10,500. She contributes to the household income by doing clothing business. She wants to expand her business to increase her profit and improve the living condition of her family. So she has applied for a loan amount of Rs. 15,000 from Chanura, one of Milaap's field partners. The loan amount will be used for purchasing chunnis, shirts, pants, tops, dresses, etc. from the wholesale market an...  Read more


Funded
$ 317.64

Still Requires
$ 158.51

Lilabati A
from Sega Road Branch, Manipur

Purpose : To expand grocery store

Lilabati is a 40-year old married woman residing in the village of district of Imphal West in Manipur. She has a family of 4 members and aschool-going kid. She manages to accumulate an amount of Rs.11,000 per month. She runs a grocery shop in their locality. She sells food items like spices, rice, pulses, sugar, salt, cooking oil, bread, eggs, biscuits etc. Her husband also helps her in this business after managing his own works She realises that an increase in her income levels and control over income will ensure greater levels o...  Read more


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$ 0.00

Still Requires
$ 158.73

Kajal Debnath
from Srirampur, West Bengal

Purpose : To expand weaving business

Kajal is a 30-years-old woman. She is from a village in Burdwan district of West Bengal. She lives with her husband and a school-going child. Her husband is engaged in handloom sari making-selling business. He weaves sari with the handloom after buying the raw materials for the market and sell it in the local market and to the neighbours when they place orders for the sari. The income he earns from his business is 7,600 per month. He now wants to expand his business and make more sari to increase his income. So, Kajal applied for a...  Read more


Funded
$ 0.00

Still Requires
$ 158.73

Mandakini N
from Singjamei Branch, Manipur

Purpose : To fund her children's education

Mandakini is a 33-year-old woman living in a small village in the Imphal West district of Manipur. She lives with her husband and two school-going children. She and her husband run a hotel for a living. They manage to make a monthly income of Rs.10,000 from it. However, it is barely enough to cover their household expenditure. At the end of each month, her family is left with just Rs.1,500 in savings. Hence, it is tough for her to pay for her children's schooling at the start of each year. Her son and daughter, both study in primary c...  Read more


Funded
$ 158.23

Still Requires
$ 159.20

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Lakshmi Karuppaiya
from Pudukottai, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To fund construction of a toilet at home

Lakshmi a 40-year old married woman from Pudukottai, in rural Tamil Nadu has no toilet at home or in the immediate vicinity. She has a household of 6 members and earns an amount of Rs 20,000 per month. Lakshmi's family is one of the millions affected by rural India's sanitation crisis. For several years now, she and her family have been making do without a toilet at home. Not only is the practice of open defecation unhygienic, it is also unsafe. Women and girls are compelled to seek out desolate areas, such as fields, for privacy; bu...  Read more


Funded
$ 316.14

Still Requires
$ 160.00

Shakuntala Th
from Sega Road Branch, Manipur

Purpose : To generate income by expanding her food stall and selling rotis, paknam, pakora and singju along with tea

Shakuntala is a 55-year-old small-scale entrepreneur. She lives with her family in Imphal West, Manipur. Her household of 3 has a monthly income of Rs.11,000. She contributes to her family income by running a food-stall. With rising prices of commodities, she has high monthly expenditures and very little savings. In order to reduce the financial strain the family faces, she wishes to expand her business. She wishes to avail a loan of Rs.30,000 from Chanura, one of Milaap’s field partners for expansion. She intends to buy more raw-ma...  Read more


Funded
$ 78.00

Still Requires
$ 160.07

Only 3 days left

Manjura Bibi
from Shantipur, West Bengal

Purpose : To expand her family's handloom business

Manjura Sekh is a 29-year-old woman living in a small village in the Nadia district of West Bengal. She lives with her husband and children. She and her husband run a handloom business for a living. They purchase cloth and threads from the wholesale market and make saris on their handloom machine for sale in the local market. They manage to make a monthly income of Rs. 7,200. But after their household expenses, her family of 4 is left with just Rs. 3,100 in savings. Hence, Manjura wants to expand their business to make a better living...  Read more


Funded
$ 314.59

Still Requires
$ 161.53

Sumita Oraon
from Madarihat, West Bengal

Purpose : To acquire the loan to purchase farm supplies

Sunita is a 34-year-old married woman. She resides in a small village in Alipurduar located in West Bengal. Her family comprises three members. Sunita ‘s husband is the owner of a farmland, where he grows hyacinth beans. Her husband sells his produce in the local market as well as in his locality. He manages to earn Rs 9,000 on a monthly basis from this business. The monthly expenses amount to Rs 6,000. He wishes to expand his business by cultivating more hyacinth beans on his farmland, but due to lack of capital is unable to do so...  Read more


Funded
$ 155.22

Still Requires
$ 162.22

Hachina Khatun
from Madarihat, West Bengal

Purpose : to expand jute cultivation

Hachina is a 28-year-old mother. Her family resides in Alipurduar, West Bengal. She is a homemaker. Her husband is a farmer and breadwinner of the family. The agrarian household earns its income from selling their yields from the farmland they own. The 4-member family has a monthly income of Rs.8,000. She struggles to make ends meet as the family has meagre savings after monthly expenses and payment of tuition fees for her 2 school-going children. She finds salvation in jute cultivation. Jute is a crop which is in demand across India...  Read more