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Usha Merli And Group
from Tusura, Odisha

Purpose : to ease their lives by replacing the kerosene lamps with solar lamps

Usha (Pictured with her hand raised) hails from rural Balangir, Odisha. she is a married woman and a mother of two school-going children. She has a household monthly income of Rs. 7,500. Usha's everyday life is affected by the frequent power cuts in the village. She is forced to use Kerosene lamps which only provides minimal light and so she finds it difficult to do the household works especially after the sun sets. For this reason, she has joined together with a group of local women who also faces the same issues, to buy solar ...  Read more


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Pirabati Amat And Group
from Balangir, Odisha

Purpose : to buy solar-powered lanterns as an alternate source of light

Pirabati ( Pictured with her hand raised), is a 33-year-old married woman residing in the rural Belangir district of Odhisa. She has a household size of four members and a monthly income of Rs. 7000. Pirabati experiences frequent and erratic power cuts in her village. She got herself a kerosene lamp to use at her house during the power cuts but then it has only made her life more difficult. The fumes that are emitted from the lamps irritates her eyes and also causes respiratory problems. For this reason, she now has joined hand...  Read more


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Ranju Padhan And Group
from Balangir, Odisha

Purpose : to purchase solar lantern in order to keep her family safe from the hazardous fume of kerosene lamp

Ranju is a 33-year-old married woman who hails from rural Balangir, Odisha. She lives with her husband and two school-going children. She has a monthly income of Rs. 7,500. She experiences frequent power cuts in her area, especially during the late evenings and nights. She is a homemaker and has chores to attend to and take care of the children. She uses kerosene lamps, but it becomes to heavy on her pockets. Kerosene fumes are also dangerous to children's health and eyesight. She is worried about her children's health and hence wish ...  Read more


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Rajkumari Bishi And Group
from Balangir, Odisha

Purpose : to buy solar-powered lanterns

Rajkumari is a 32-year-old woman hailing from the rural district of Balangir in Odisha. She has joined hands with 4 other women and is seeking to buy a solar lantern. Her region faces a severe energy crisis. When dusk falls each evening, her house is invariably shrouded in darkness, plagued by long and frequent power cuts. Kerosene is a very common, but an expensive alternative fuel. Her household monthly income is of Rs. 7500 and monthly expenses amounting to Rs. 5000. In order to cut down expenses on kerosene and choose a cheaper...  Read more


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Sridebu Danga And Group
from Balangir, Odisha

Purpose : to fund the adoption of solar energy in their home

Sridebu is a 25-year-old woman hailing from the rural district of Balangir in Odisha. She has joined hands with 3 other women and is seeking to buy a solar lantern. Her region faces a severe energy crisis. When dusk falls each evening, her house is invariably shrouded in darkness, plagued by long and frequent power cuts. Kerosene is a very common, but an expensive alternative fuel. Her household monthly income is of Rs. 7500 and monthly expenses amounting to Rs. 5000. In order to cut down expenses on kerosene and choose a cheaper,...  Read more


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Sujata Mahananda And Group
from Balangir, Odisha

Purpose : to buy solar-powered lanterns

Sujata is a 29-year-old woman hailing from the rural district of Balangir in Odisha. She has joined hands with 4 other women and is seeking to buy a solar lantern. Her region faces a severe energy crisis. When dusk falls each evening, her house is invariably shrouded in darkness, plagued by long and frequent power cuts. Kerosene is a very common, but an expensive alternative fuel. Her household monthly income is of Rs. 7500 and monthly expenses amounting to Rs. 5500. In order to cut down expenses on kerosene and choose a cheaper, c...  Read more


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Jyotsna Hazra
from Dakbangla, West Bengal

Purpose : To expand milk selling business

Jyotsna, a 38-year-old married woman lives in a small village Petari of Dakbangla in Murshidabad district in West Bengal. She rears cows and sells cow milk in her locality, dairy shops and in her neighborhood. She has chosen this business as there is a good demand for cow milk in her rural community. 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 wil...  Read more


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Rasheswari Sahu And Group
from Balangir, Odisha

Purpose : to buy solar-powered lanterns

Rasheswari is a 31-year-old woman hailing from the rural district of Balangir in Odisha. She has joined hands with 4 other women and is seeking to buy a solar lantern. Her region faces a severe energy crisis. When dusk falls each evening, her house is invariably shrouded in darkness, plagued by long and frequent power cuts. Kerosene is a very common, but an expensive alternative fuel. Her household monthly income is of Rs. 7000 and monthly expenses amounting to Rs. 5500. In order to cut down expenses on kerosene and choose a cheape...  Read more


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Sonali Das
from Dakbangla, West Bengal

Purpose : to expand grocery store

Hailing from a district of Mushirdabad, West Bengal, Sonali lives with her husband and daughter. She is a 32-years-old married woman. Her husband runs a grocery shop where they sell varieties of items such as ice, pulse, oil, salt, sugar, flour, spices etc. along with food items like biscuit, papad, egg, etc. They try their best to keep the store with all needed items so that the locality does not have problems in getting what they need. Sonali helps out her husband in the business once she is done with her household chores. They earn...  Read more


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Anjila Sekh
from Samudragarh, West Bengal

Purpose : To help her husband increase the stock of paddy and rice for business expansion

Anjila, is a 47-years-old married woman residing in Burdwan district,West Bengal. Her husband runs a paddy and rice business. She has a household of 3 members and a monthly income of INR. 7,400. 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 ...  Read more