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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


Funded
$ 173.84

Still Requires
$ 376.19

Madhabi Roy
from Maynaguri, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase supplies for tea leaf cultivation

Madhabi is a 30-year-old mother of two from Jalpaiguri in West Bengal. Her farmer husband earns a monthly income of Rs.9,000 for the household, with expenses amounting to Rs.6,000. Although she is a housewife, she supports her husband’s agricultural business. The couple would like to begin cultivating tea leaves on their land since it is profitable and there is a good local demand for it. She requests a loan of Rs.35,000 to purchase tea saplings, fertilizers and other supplies to begin tea leaf cultivation. The loan will be repaid in ...  Read more


Funded
$ 45.03

Still Requires
$ 334.52

Kokila Khatun
from Madarihat, West Bengal

Purpose : To invest in chilly cultivation

Kokila Khatun, a 36-year-old, lives with her husband and three children in a village called Dakshin Deogaon 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, Kokila and her husband want to grow chilly in their farmland, as it is essential in most of the dishes and has a great deman...  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
$ 80.38

Still Requires
$ 282.14

Arjina Bibi Mondal
from Katiahat, West Bengal

Purpose : To renovate toilet with purchase of floors,roof etc.

Arjina is a 39-year-old woman residing in a small village of North 24 parganas, West Bengal. She along with her husband is engaged in agricultural business. She wants to renovate her toilet with new tiles and plastering. Her family has a monthly income of Rs.7,500 which is not sufficient for her to build a toilet. Arjina has applied for a loan of Rs. 23000 from BJS, one of Milaap's field partner to renovate a toilet at home. Arjina and her family will be thankful to their lenders....  Read more


Funded
$ 16.99

Still Requires
$ 459.19

Rina Khatun
from Dhupguri, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase paddy grain in bulk from wholesale market

Rina is a 26-year-old woman and a mother of three children (a daughter and two sons). Two of her children are studying in school and another one is a toddler. She is married to Ajamul, who is a paddy grain retailer and Rina is a responsible homemaker. She lives with her husband and children in the small village of Dhupguri in Jalpaiguri district. Rina’s husband is engaged with a business of selling paddy grains. He purchases paddy grain in bulk from the local farmers and sells them in local markets and his regular customers in his loc...  Read more


Funded
$ 38.07

Still Requires
$ 198.80

Sistanista Mohanty
from BHANDARIPOKHARI, Odisha

Purpose : To construct a toilet

Sistanista Mohanty is a 46-year-old housewife from the village of Ranjit in Odisha. She is part of a 7-person household that earns a monthly income of Rs.18,000 but has expenses of Rs.10,000. The household is in need of a toilet as they currently walk 900 km to get to the nearest defecation spot. Sistanista requests a loan of Rs.15,000 so the family can construct a safe and hygienic toilet within their premises. The loan will be repaid within 12 months....  Read more


Funded
$ 71.15

Still Requires
$ 244.84

RANI ADAIKALAKATHAN
from Trichy City, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To access basic sanitation by building a toilet at home

A toilet is one of the most basic necessities; yet there are millions in rural India who do not have a toilet in their house. Rani, from Trichy City in Tamil Nadu is one such woman. With no access to a toilet, she and her family have to walk long distances to dense bushes in order to relieve themselves. In such families women seeking privacy need to walk long hours before sunrise to defecate . These families, especially their women and daughters, are subsequently at risk of infection, molestation, and even insect or animal bites. Acc...  Read more


Funded
$ 45.00

Still Requires
$ 272.46

Saritha Muthukumar
from Trichy City, Tamil Nadu

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

Saritha, 20, from Trichy City, in rural Tamil Nadu has no toilet at home or in the immediate vicinity. Saritha'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; but this puts them at risk of molestation. There is also the threat of snakes and insect bites. She...  Read more


Funded
$ 17.69

Still Requires
$ 141.03

Irawati Rk
from Sagolband Branch and, Manipur

Purpose : To cover for their educational costs from classes 8 to 10

Irawati, 45, hails from Imphal West, Manipur. She is married and has two sons who are students of Heritage Convent.She runs her own weaving business where she weaves quilts, bed sheets etc and sells in the local market. This helps her run the household with a monthly income of Rs. 12,000. But with the increasing cost of education, she finds it difficult to pay for all her sons' fees, from classes 8 to 10. She wants to ensure that they have the access to all the necessary books, uniform and to pay the school fees. Hence, she has applie...  Read more