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Shilpi Sutradhar
from Falakata, West Bengal

Purpose : To build toilet for the health benefits of the family

Shilpi is 29-year old married woman. She resides in the Cooch Behar district, West Bengal. She has a family of 3 members. She is a homemaker and and manages to accumulate and amount of Rs.8,000 per month. The toilet she and her family is using is in bad condition without concrete roofs, walls or permanent door. The floor has broken down and the walls have dampened. The materials used to build the toilet are not very concrete. The seasonal changes especially heavy rain, causes damage in the tin sheets and weak roofs.They also face ...  Read more


Funded
$ 100.00

Still Requires
$ 185.71

Sabitri Debnath
from Gangarampur, West Bengal

Purpose : to expand poultry business by purchasing hens

Sabitri is a 27-years-old married woman from South Dinajpur district, West Bengal. She and her family of 2 members own a poultry business. This is the only source of income for the family. They purchase hens from the wholesale markets and sell the same in their poultry farm. With a monthly income of Rs.7,500 and expenses amounting to Rs.3,500, the family barely earns enough to make ends meet. Their monthly savings cannot facilitate the expansion of their business. Hence, she has applied for a loan amount of Rs. 20,000 from Gra...  Read more


Funded
$ 136.00

Still Requires
$ 149.71

Maloti Debnath
from Gangarampur, West Bengal

Purpose : to increase monthly household income by expanding her grocery business

Maloti is a 28-years-old married woman from South Dinajpur district, West Bengal. She has a family of 4 members. She and her family own a grocery business. This is the only source of income for the family. They purchase grocery items like rice, pulses, oil, potato, spices, flour, etc, from wholesale markets and sell the same in their grocery shop. With a monthly income of Rs.7,500 and expenses amounting to Rs.3,500, the family barely earns enough to make ends meet. Their monthly savings cannot facilitate the expansion of their bus...  Read more


Funded
$ 100.00

Still Requires
$ 185.71

Shefali Sarkar
from Gangarampur, West Bengal

Purpose : to expand agri-business by purchasing and selling cows

Shefali is a 43-years-old married woman residing in South Dinajpur district, West Bengal. She has a family of 3 members. With a monthly household income of Rs.8,500, she and her family find it difficult to make ends meet. Her family has an agri-business wherein they purchase cows from the wholesale market and sell it to the village market. With the growing demand from her customers, she has decided to apply for a loan of Rs 20,000 from Gram Bikash (Milaap's field partner). With the loan amount, she will increase her monthly income...  Read more


Funded
$ 100.00

Still Requires
$ 185.71

Anita Saha
from Gangarampur, West Bengal

Purpose : to help her husband in her rice sales

Anita is a 30-years-old married woman from South Dinajpur district, West Bengal. She is a housewife and her household consists of 4 members. Her husband is the only income generator in the family and he manages a monthly income of INR. 7500. He purchases paddy from the farmers and makes into rice.T he rice is then sold in the market for a profit. Since the next purchase depends on the profit he is unable to purchase more paddy due to lack of savings. Thus, Anita has approached Gram Bikash, one of Milaap's field partner for a loan amo...  Read more


Funded
$ 100.00

Still Requires
$ 185.71

Kamla Devi
from Jaipur, Rajasthan

Purpose : to expand her diary business by purchasing necessary animal fodder and feeds

Kamla, is a 32-years-old married woman residing in Jaipur district, Rajasthan. She is engaged in dairy business. She sells the cow milk and milk products required for households. She has a household of 4 members and a monthly income of INR. 12,000. Kamla plans to expand her dairy business by purchasing animal fodder and feeds. She has applied for a loan of INR. 20,000 from Apani Sahkari Sewa Samiti, one of Milaap's field partners. She and her family will be thankful to their lenders....  Read more


Funded
$ 100.00

Still Requires
$ 185.71

Achuki Devi
from Jaipur, Rajasthan

Purpose : To buy equipment for expansion of dairy business.

Achuki from Jaipur, Rajasthan has been trying to make ends meet for years and shares a home with three others. She has been wanting to make things a little easier by expanding her dairy production and also manage her household. She is seeking a loan of ₹ 20,000 and is intending to use the loan to purchase an animal provider and food stock for the animals to expand her business. Achuki is very thankful to her lenders. She is hoping to Contribute to her household earnings....  Read more


Funded
$ 100.00

Still Requires
$ 185.71

Supyar Devi
from Jaipur, Rajasthan

Purpose : to purchase animal provender and feeds

Supyar is a 35-year-old mother and homemaker. She and her husband live in Jaipur, Rajasthan. She runs a successful small-scale enterprise of selling milk in her locality. Milk production contributes to household livelihoods, food security. Her husband is a farmer; erratically employed as the job is seasonal. Her family has a monthly income of Rs.15,000. Due to high cost of living and other necessities, she struggles to save money. She is concerned about the family’s lack of financial security. She wishes to improve their livelihood a...  Read more


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$ 500.00

Radhika Barman
from Falakata, West Bengal

Purpose : To construct a toilet and avoid snake bites on fields

Radhika is 42-year old married woman. She resides in the Cooch Behar district, West Bengal. She has a family of 4 members. She is a homemaker and and manages to accumulate and amount of Rs.8,500 per month. The toilet she and her family is using is in bad condition without concrete roofs, walls or permanent door. The floor has broken down and the walls have dampened. The materials used to build the toilet are not very concrete. The seasonal changes especially heavy rain, causes damage in the tin sheets and weak roofs.They also face...  Read more


Funded
$ 100.00

Still Requires
$ 185.71

Nirjjala Modak
from Falakata, West Bengal

Purpose : To construct a permanent toilet at home

Nirjjala is 43-year old married woman. She resides in the Cooch Behar district, West Bengal. She has a family of 3 members. She is a homemaker and and manages to accumulate and amount of Rs.8,000 per month. The toilet she and her family is using is in bad condition without concrete roofs, walls or permanent door. The floor has broken down and the walls have dampened. The materials used to build the toilet are not very concrete. The seasonal changes especially heavy rain, causes damage in the tin sheets and weak roofs.They also fac...  Read more