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Funded
$ 197.29

Still Requires
$ 171.92

Anjina Khatun
from Dhupguri, West Bengal

Purpose : To expand her agricultural business

Anjina is a 42-year-old married woman from West Bengal. She is a mother of three children and her husband does cultivation in their own land which he received from his ancestors. Anjina's husband has always worked in agriculture, learnt this from his father. Being a housewife, Anjina helps her husband to run their agribusiness. This is the main source of income for the family. The couple always strives for the betterment of their family. They mainly cultivate jute but vegetables and crops also include in their harvest. For addition...  Read more


Funded
$ 130.67

Still Requires
$ 253.92

Lalita Barman
from Falakata, West Bengal

Purpose : To cultivate maize

Lalita is a 43 year old woman, married with Swadesh. She lives with her husband and a grown up son in Barodoba, a small village of Falakata. Her son works in a garage. Lalita is a housewife and her husband is involved with farming activities. Being a housewife Lalita also helps her husband in his farming works. They have their own land where they cultivate different vegetables in different seasons and sell in the market. Having their own land and five years of experience in the agricultural field is the reason for choosing this bus...  Read more


Funded
$ 130.66

Still Requires
$ 238.53

Kunti Kunti Barman Roy
from Dhupguri, West Bengal

Purpose : To cultivate jute by having access over high quality seeds and other required farm supplies

West Bengal has always shown the traits of maintaining the fertile lands and has the surplus growth of harvest every year. Here lies the story of Kunti and her family who have successfully inherited the skills of expert agriculturists.Being a proud mother of two active school children she actively contributes to the family business of vegetable harvest.The family harvests seasonal vegetables which see a great demand in the market for its supreme quality. But despite such hard toil the family only gets a monthly profit of Rs 2,00...  Read more


Funded
$ 118.10

Still Requires
$ 251.10

Jharna Bhoumik
from Khagrabari, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase a better video camera for her son's business

Jharna is a 44-year-old woman. She lives with her husband and two sons in a small village of Khagrabari of West Bengal. Her husband is engaged with Jute handicrafts making works. Her one son runs a small pan shop in their locality and her younger son is a professional photographer. Her son has a small photography shop in a nearby market area. He clicks photographs and makes video records in different occasions. His potential customers are his villagers. There is a great demand for good photography and a good photographer in their ...  Read more


Funded
$ 310.29

Still Requires
$ 458.92

Sunil Ganakawar
from Thane, Maharashtra

Purpose : To pay for the costs of his wife’s surgery

29-year-old Sunil is a married man, and a native of Thane, Maharashtra. He wants to treat his wife for her post-cesarean surgery. She is admitted to Siddhesh Nursing Home for the treatment. He has requested for a loan amount of Rs. 50,000 from Milaap’s partner, Arogya, in the name of his wife, Sunita, which can cover the costs of her treatment. He is thankful to Milaap and Arogya for the financial assistance which would enable the speedy recovery of his wife....  Read more


Funded
$ 113.28

Still Requires
$ 194.39

Kodiyarasu Chakkravarthy
from Uppiliyapuram, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To build a toilet at home

A toilet is one of the most basic necessities; yet there are millions in rural India who don't have access to a private toilet. Kodiyarasu, from Tiruchirappalli in Tamil Nadu is one such woman. Since there is no toilet at home, she and her family are often forced to walk long distances, seeking a private spot to defecate. This is unhygienic, and unsafe. Apart from the threat of snakes and poisonous insects, there is the risk of infections, molestation, or attacks as well. Taking matters into their own hands, Kodiyarasu and her fam...  Read more


Funded
$ 72.20

Still Requires
$ 235.46

Ranjita Naorem
from Singjamei Branch, Manipur

Purpose : To purchase threads to expand a weaving business

27 year old, Ranjita, is a weaver who lives in Imphal West in Manipur. She is married with 2 children. Ranjita is looking to expand her weaving business and needs to purchase threads to do so. With the additional threads, she also hopes to hire additional weavers to produce a bigger output of phanek, khudei and bedsheets. With a current household income of Rs. 13,000 per month, Ranjita lacks the capital to invest. She is seeking a loan of Rs.20,000 to help her make the purchase of threads. Help this entrepreneurial young lady expa...  Read more


Funded
$ 112.25

Still Requires
$ 195.43

Akilandeswari Ganesan
from Trichy City, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To build toilet and have access to sanitation facilities

Akilandeswari, a 24 year old married woman( with her baby in her arms) residing in a district of Tiruchirappalli,Tamil Nadu is a daily wage labourer. She has understood the importance of having a toilet at home, but does not have the means to build one. She and her family members have to walk long distances for sanitation issues: in dense bushes or isolated fields. These families, especially their women and daughters, are subsequently at risk of infection, molestation, and even insect or animal bites. She has a monthly income of Rs.9,...  Read more


Funded
$ 68.83

Still Requires
$ 161.92

Nayanaben Maheshbhai Parmar
from Surendranagar, Gujarat

Purpose : To fund construction of a toilet at home to access basic sanitation facilities

Nayanaben is a 45-year-old woman from Surendranagar, in rural Gujarat. Since there is no toilet at home, she and her family are often forced to walk long distances, seeking a private spot to defecate. This is unhygienic and unsafe. Apart from the threat of snakes and poisonous insects, there is the risk of infections, molestation, or attacks as well. Taking matters into their own hands, Nayanaben and her family want to build a toilet for themselves. They seek a loan of Rs. 15,000, from Prayas, a field partner of Milaap, to cover th...  Read more


Funded
$ 130.37

Still Requires
$ 177.30

Vinoliya Madhalaimuthu
from Trichy City, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To build a toilet at home

The sanitation crisis in India is a result of poor infrastructure and lack of education. VINOLIYA, who lives in Trichy City, in the state of Tamil Nadu has understood the importance of having a toilet at home, but does not have the means to build one. 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; but this puts them at risk of molestat...  Read more