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Tamphatombi Phuritsabam
from Sega Road Branch, Manipur

Purpose : To expand a clothing business by funding additional stock for resale

35 year old, Tamphatombi, is married with 2 children. She lives with her family in Imphal West in Manipur. The family live on a household income of Rs. 10,000 per month, with limited savings after expenses. Tamphatombi runs her own clothing business selling items such as shirts, pants, phanek, blouses and tops. She is looking to expand her business but lacks the capital to do so. She is seeking a loan of Rs. 10,000 to purchase additional clothing items to resell. Tamphatombi hopes to makes an additional income of Rs. 700 per month...  Read more


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Kamala Khaidem
from Sega Road Branch, Manipur

Purpose : To expand her hotel business

Kiranmala, 47, hails from Imphal in Manipur. She is married, with two children. She owns a hotel and constitutes to the monthly family income of Rs. 8,700. In a house of 5, with the total monthly expenses as high as Rs. 8,000 resources are scanty and so are the savings. Therefore, she requires a loan of Rs. 10,000 from Chanura, Milaap's partner to buy raw materials such as utensils and grocery in bulk and thereby expand her enterprise.The loan would relieve some financial stress off Kiranmala's family and enable her to have some savi...  Read more


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$ 7.69

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$ 468.49

Preyashi Kar
from Falakata, West Bengal

Purpose : To pay private coaching fees and other educational expenses

Preyashi is a 11-year-old 7th grade of Falakata Girls High School in Alipuardar, West Bengal. Her parents earn around Rs. 8,000 per month and it becomes difficult for them to cover the education expenses of Preyashi. Her parents know how important it is to get good education. They want to support her so that she achieves her dreams. So, her mother Sumanti has requested a loan of Rs. 30,000 from Milaap's partner - BJS - to cover her private coaching fees other educational expenses. Preyashi and her family are thankful to their lenders....  Read more


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$ 119.04

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$ 277.77

Motilal Barman
from Falakata, West Bengal

Purpose : To fund his college and coaching fees along with other expenses for books and stationery.

Motilal is an 18 year old college going student from Falakata in Alipurduar district. He lives his parents and two younger siblings – a brother and sister. Recently Motilal has cleared his Higher Secondary Examination and enrolled in B.A degree course at Falakata College. Motilal’s mother is a house-wife and his father is a farmer, who is also the only earning member of the family. Though his parents have no formal education, his mother is very much concerned about Motilal and his siblings' higher studies. She wants to educate al...  Read more


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Santawana Roy
from Maynaguri, West Bengal

Purpose : To buy seeds and fertilizers to cultivate more paddy

Santawana, a 30 year old woman, belongs to Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal. She is married and lives with her family of 5. Her husband works as a farmer. He grows paddy and sells the harvested product in the local town market and to wholesalers. Santawanai tries to help her husband with his cultivation work. To further supplement the agriculture business, Santawana and her husband want to cultivate paddy on a large scale. Paddy is a profitable crop throughout West Bengal; also the climate is in accordance to the cultivation of th...  Read more


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$ 119.04

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$ 277.77

Alok Barman
from Falakata, West Bengal

Purpose : To bear coaching fees and other educational expenses

11 year old Alok studies in 7th grade in Baganbari Junior High School, Alipuardar, West Bengal. He lives with her parents and a younger brother in Baganbari village, Alipurduar district, West Bengal. Alok’s mother Pamila is a house wife while his father is a mason by profession. He also has a younger brother studying in 2nd grade. Alok is hard working and intelligent student but he needs even better marks in his exams to fulfil his dream of becoming a teacher. Thus, he needs proper and good guidance. Due to limited education his pa...  Read more


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Memcha Rk
from Sega Road Branch, Manipur

Purpose : To purchase products to expand garment business

Memcha is a 45-year-old mother of four and owner of a garment business in Manipur. Her household of seven lives on a monthly income of Rs. 10,000, with expenses amounting to Rs. 8,500. She requests a loan of Rs.10,000 to purchase items as shirts, pants and shawls to expand her business. She also plans on importing wares from outside the state and eventually opening her own store. The loan will be repaid in 12 months....  Read more


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$ 23.80

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$ 134.92

Roshanben Rahim Hajam
from Bhachau, Gujarat

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

26-year-old Roshanben Rahim from Bhachau, in rural Gujarat has no toilet at home or in the immediate vicinity.Roshanben Rahim's family is one of the millions affected by rural India's sanitation crisis. With no access to a toilet, she and her family have to walk long distances to answer nature's call in private: in dense bushes or isolated fields. In families like Roshanben Rahim's, women and girls seeking privacy often resort to waking up before sunrise to relieve themselves. These families, especially their women and daughters, are ...  Read more


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$ 238.09

Hanshaben Khimajibhai Jadav
from Dhrangadhra, Gujarat

Purpose : To build a toilet at home

34-year-old Hanshaben Khimajibhai from Dhrangadhra, in rural Gujarat has no toilet at home or in the immediate vicinity.Hanshaben Khimajibhai'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 ...  Read more


Funded
$ 166.65

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$ 309.52

Piu Das
from Falakata, West Bengal

Purpose : To bear coaching fees and other educational expenses

Piu is a 14-year-old 9th grade of Subhash Girl's High School in Alipuardar, West Bengal. Her parents earn around Rs. 8,000 per month and it becomes difficult for them to cover the education expenses of Piu. Her parents know how important it is to get good education. They want to support her so that she achieves her dreams. So, her mother Prajapati has requested a loan of Rs. 30,000 from Milaap's partner - BJS - to cover her private coaching fees other educational expenses. Piu and her family are thankful to their lenders....  Read more