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Funded
$ 45.03

Still Requires
$ 350.39

Taslima Begam
from Madarihat, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase agricultural inputs for growing paddy

Taslima is a 32-year-old married woman. She lives with her husband Pramod and a daughter in a small village of Madarihat, Alipurduar district. Her only daughter is studying in the local village school in class 2. Taslima’s husband has been engaged in agribusiness for many years. He cultivates different crops and sells the gathered harvest in the local markets. After managing all household works, Taslima assists her husband in his agricultural works. This year, they wish to cultivate paddy which is an in-demand crop in all seasons. ...  Read more


Funded
$ 29.19

Still Requires
$ 446.30

Mehruna Begam
from Madarihat, West Bengal

Purpose : To cultivate jute

Mehruna is a 24-year-old rural woman. She resides in a small village named Daulatpur, in Madarihat of West Bengal. Mehruna is a housewife. She is blessed with a girl child. Her husband is engaged with farming works; he cultivates seasonal crops and sells the harvest product in the local town market as well as to the wholesalers. Though a small enterprise, yet a big effort to provide financial sustenance to the family. So, it is very crucial for them to grow this agribusiness and ensure the harvest is abundant and of good quality. ...  Read more


Funded
$ 89.59

Still Requires
$ 91.34

Gouri B And Group
from Rayagada, Odisha

Purpose : To access solar lighting in their homes

44-year-old, Gauri hails from a small village of Rayagada district, Odisha. She is a homemaker and has 2 school/college going children. Her monthly household income is Rs 6500 and her monthly household expense is Rs. 4000. With very little savings, Gauri's family find it difficult to invest money in meeting their necessary needs also. There is scant electricity at their place and therefore the family has decided to buy a solar lantern for their home. For buying a solar lantern, Gauri has applied for the loan amount of Rs.1900. With ...  Read more


Funded
$ 81.05

Still Requires
$ 315.76

Chandra Kala Devi
from Jaipur, Rajasthan

Purpose : To expand wooden hand fans making business

Chandra is a 40-year-old woman who comes from the district of Jaipur in Rajasthan. She supports her family of 5 by making fans out of straw and wooden pieces. These fans are sold in handicraft shops, fairs, etc. Looking at the demand for this, she decided to increase her production and expand her business. Due to lack of personal savings, she is seeking a loan of Rs. 25,000 to facilitate this. She will be buying the raw materials needed to make the wooden fans. Chandra hopes that her profits increase after this development and thank...  Read more


Funded
$ 45.76

Still Requires
$ 349.60

Baidehi Behera
from rajkanika, Odisha

Purpose : To renovate their toilet and access improved sanitation facilities

Baidehi is 52-years-old. She is married and she is a resident of the district of Kendrapara in Odisha. She lives with her family that has 3 members. She lives in a house that has very poor sanitation facilities and all the members must defecate in the poorly constructed toilet that they have. Now she is determined to construct a toilet to put an end to their issues where they lack the facilities. She has approached Milaap’s field partner Gram Utthan to request for a loan amount of Rs. 25,000. This can enable hygienic conditions and pr...  Read more


Funded
$ 64.61

Still Requires
$ 172.22

Ranjanben Rameshbhai Vyas
from Wadhwan, Gujarat

Purpose : To build a toilet and access basic sanitation at home

Ranjanben is a 40-year-old woman from Surendranagar district, in rural Gujarat. 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 molestation. There is also the threat of snakes and insect bites. Access to a toilet will mean privacy and peace of mind for Ranjanben and family. It will also mean they no long...  Read more


Funded
$ 67.38

Still Requires
$ 249.36

Vasuki Selvam
from Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To build a toilet at home

Vasuki is a resident of Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu. She is married. Vasuki’s family has no toilet in their house and they have to travel very long distances to answer nature’s call. The family’s monthly income is Rs 8,800 and after paying for the monthly expense of the house there is not much left. There is associated risk of contracting infection along with insect bites. The biggest concern is the risk of molestation associated with open defecation. Vasuki decided to take matters into hand and applied for a loan of Rs. 20,000 with Gaurdi...  Read more


Funded
$ 35.37

Still Requires
$ 201.74

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Sukanti Mathan
from rajkanika, Odisha

Purpose : To build a toilet at her household

46-year-old, Sukanti hails from the rural district of Kendrapara in Odisha. She is a married woman with one school going child. Sukanti is a homemaker. With a meager monthly income, she finds it difficult to meet daily ends.Hence, she has applied for a loan of 15,000 to build a toilet at her household.She promises to repay the loan within the specified tenure....  Read more


Funded
$ 26.49

Still Requires
$ 290.47

Divya Vedachalam
from Trichy City, 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 do not have access to one at home even today. Divya, age 32, from Trichy, Tamil Nadu is one such woman, she is married and has a family of 3. With no access to a toilet, she and her family have to walk long distances to answer nature's call in private. In families like divya's, women and girls seeking privacy often resort to waking up before sunrise to relieve themselves. These families, especially their women and daughters, are subsequently at ri...  Read more


Funded
$ 45.03

Still Requires
$ 271.03

Anjali Harijan
from Madarihat, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase essentials for jute cultivation

Anjali Khatun, a 25-year-old, lives with her husband and a daughter in a village called Madarihat in West Bengal. She is a homemaker and assists her husband who is a farmer by profession. Agriculture is the main source of income for her family. Her husband grows various seasonal crops in their own piece of land. He then sells the farm produce in the local market. In order to sustain their agribusiness, Anjali and her husband want to grow jute in their farmland, which is a profitable crop. Jute is a natural golden colored bio-degradabl...  Read more