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Funded
$ 63.06

Still Requires
$ 151.22

Sumita Pal
from Samudragarh, West Bengal

Purpose : to expand her husband's paddy and rice business by purchasing more paddy and rice

Sumita is 28-years-old, married woman. She is living in a small village of Burdwan district, West Bengal. Her household is consist of 4 members. Her monthly household income is INR 6,500. Her husband is Bameswar Pal, who has paddy and rice business. He uses to buy paddy and make rice from the paddy which they will sell in the local market. He earns income from paddy and rice business. He decides to buy more paddy and rice to expand his business. But her husband does not have money with him to invest. Therefore she decides to support h...  Read more


Funded
$ 178.57

Still Requires
$ 250.00

Dhara Devi
from Jaipur, Rajasthan

Purpose : To get good quality seeds and increase her produce from field.

Dhara is a 31-year old married woman residing in Jaipur district of Rajasthan. She has a family of 5 members. She is a homemaker and manages to accumulate an amount of Rs.15,000 per month. She realises that an increase in her income levels and control over income will ensure greater levels of economic independence. It will give her an independent means of generating wealth and becoming self-reliant in a society. This will generate benefits not only for her, as an individual woman but also her family and community as a whole throug...  Read more


Funded
$ 10.00

Still Requires
$ 154.28

Basabti Beriha And Group
from Tarabha, Odisha

Purpose : to purchase solar lanterns in order to invest in a heathier and eco-friendly alternative

Basabti is a 25-years-old married woman living in Subarnapur district of Odisha with her family of four members. She faces extreme power cuts in her area, especially during late evenings. She uses kerosene lamps in the evenings which are very dimly-lighted to work at home. The power cuts are so frequent and long that most of her household income goes into buying kerosene oil for the house. She finds it difficult to afford it. She has formed and is leading a group of five members who have similar problems. She has applied for a loan ...  Read more


Funded
$ 10.00

Still Requires
$ 121.42

Sumitra Pande And Group
from Subarnapur, Odisha

Purpose : To buy solar lanterns and save money on kerosene oil lamp and also access better sustainable source of energy

Sumitra, is a 45-years-old married woman from Subarnapur, Odisha. She has a household of 5 and has a monthly income of INR. 7,000. In the absence of a regular power supply, her family needs access to a lighting alternative that does not eat into their savings like the expensive kerosene lamps that they currently have to use. In order to cut down expenses on kerosene and choose a cheaper, cleaner energy source, she decided to buy a solar-lantern. Another lady joined her having a similar need and buy a solar lantern. The ladies together...  Read more


Funded
$ 10.00

Still Requires
$ 55.71

Debaki Meher And Group
from Subarnapur, Odisha

Purpose : to access continuous source of light at home during dark hours by purchasing a solar lantern

Debaki, is a 42-years-old married woman from Subarnapur, Odisha. She has a household of 4 and has a monthly income of INR. 7,500. The power cuts are very frequent in her area. This seemed to impact the studies of her kids since they were not able to complete their homework on time. Also with no lights at home, she was not able to work at nights. Using solar lantern she is able to solve her problem. She also has inspired another lady to purchase a solar lantern and together they have applied for a loan of INR. 4,600 from Mahashakti fou...  Read more


Funded
$ 10.00

Still Requires
$ 88.57

Sushila Naik And Group
from Subarnapur, Odisha

Purpose : to purchase a solar lantern and cut down expenses on kerosene lamp and access cleaner source of light in their household

Sushila Naik, is a 30-years-old married woman from Subarnapur, Odisha. She has a household of 2 and has a monthly income of INR. 7,500. In the absence of a regular power supply, her family needs access to a lighting alternative that does not eat into their savings like the expensive kerosene lamps that they currently have to use. In order to cut down expenses on kerosene and choose a cheaper, cleaner energy source, she decided to buy a solar-lantern. With her, two other ladies joined the hands in purchasing a solar lantern for themsel...  Read more


Funded
$ 10.00

Still Requires
$ 154.28

Prabhasini Panda And Group
from Tarabha, Odisha

Purpose : to buy solar-powered lanterns

Prabhasini is a 38-years-old married woman residing in Subarnapur district of Odisha. She belongs to a household of 4 members and their monthly income is INR. 7000. She has a child who is attending school. The lack of proper electricity in their village is a major concern. It becomes difficult to work after sunset and also the children find it difficult to study. They use kerosene lamps which adds up to their monthly expenses for kerosene purchase. Thus Prabhasini wants to ward off darkness by purchasing a solar lantern which will mak...  Read more


Funded
$ 10.00

Still Requires
$ 154.28

Menaka Naik And Group
from Subarnapur, Odisha

Purpose : To buy solar lanterns and get rid of kerosene lamps

Menaka a 24-year old married woman lives in rural Subarnapur district in Odisha. She has a household of 3 members. She manages to accumulate an amount of Rs.7000 per month. She leads a group of 5 women who want to buy solar lamps for their families. The lack of electricity causes them huge trouble after sundown. In the absence of a regular power supply, they need access to a lighting alternative that does not eat into their savings like the expensive kerosene lamps that they currently have to use. She realises that an access to...  Read more


Funded
$ 10.00

Still Requires
$ 252.85

Jemamani Mali And Group
from Sinapali, Odisha

Purpose : To buy solar lanterns and get rid of kerosene lamps

Jemamani a 26-year old married woman lives in rural Nuapada district in Odisha. She has a household of 4 members. She manages to accumulate an amount of Rs.7000 per month. She leads a group of 8 women who want to buy solar lamps for their families. The lack of electricity causes them huge trouble after sundown. In the absence of a regular power supply, they need access to a lighting alternative that does not eat into their savings like the expensive kerosene lamps that they currently have to use. She realises that an access to ...  Read more


Funded
$ 10.00

Still Requires
$ 121.42

Sabya Biswal And Group
from Dunguripali, Odisha

Purpose : to work continuously no matter day or night by purchasing solar lantern

Sabya, is a 36-years-old married woman from Subarnapur, Odisha. She has a household of 4 members and has a monthly income of INR. 6,000. With no power connection at home, she uses a kerosene oil lamp at night. With the dim lights of the kerosene lamp it is not possible to work and hence she has to complete all her work before it gets dark. She needs an alternative source of light at home and plans to purchase a solar lantern which is much sustainable and durable solution. The problem is faced by many of her nearby households too and s...  Read more