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Sanjulata Tarai
from KUAKHIA, Odisha

Purpose : to buy a solar lamp to help her children study at night

Sanjulata is a 36-year-old homemaker who resides with her family in Jajpur, Odisha. Her family is one of many plagued by erratic power cuts. The household of 4 has a monthly income of Rs.8,500. Her nights are bleak as the family bides their time in the pale yellow glimmer every night waiting for sunrise. With electricity being a distant dream and plagued by power outages, she has to do her chores and help her children study in the flickering illumination of kerosene lamps. The family incurs a monthly fuel expense of Rs.620. Apart fro...  Read more


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$ 0.00

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$ 39.68

Tilotama Pahadi
from JARIMULA, Odisha

Purpose : to buy a solar lantern and ensure lighting at night

Tilotama is a 40-year-old homemaker who resides with her family in Kendrapara, Odisha. Her family is one of many plagued by erratic power cuts. The household of 4 has a monthly income of Rs.9,000. Her nights are bleak as the family bides their time in the pale yellow glimmer every night waiting for sunrise. With electricity being a distant dream and plagued by power outages, she has to do her chores and help her children study in the flickering illumination of kerosene lamps. The family incurs a monthly fuel expense of Rs.610. Apart ...  Read more


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$ 0.00

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Uttama Rout
from JARIMULA, Odisha

Purpose : To ensure her children can study in the dark with the help of a solar lantern

Uttama Rout is a 26-year-old woman living in a small village in the Kendrapara district of Odisha. She lives with her husband and son. Her family has been struggling in the absence of a stable electricity supply in their village. They use kerosene lamps to illuminate their house in the evenings. Its the only way for Uttama and her husband do their household chores, and for their son to study, after dark. However, the fumes from the kerosene lamps are known to cause respiratory diseases as well as affect eyesight. Moreover, the light i...  Read more


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$ 0.00

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$ 39.68

Basanti Das
from JARIMULA, Odisha

Purpose : To purchase a solar lantern for her house

Basanti Das is a 54-year-old woman living in a small village in the Kendrapara district of Odisha. Her family of 3 has been struggling in the absence of a stable electricity supply in their village. They use kerosene lamps to illuminate their house in the evenings. Its the only way for Basanti and her husband do their household chores after dark. However, the fumes from the kerosene lamps are known to cause respiratory diseases as well as affect eyesight. Moreover, the light is not strong enough to scare away snakes and other animals ...  Read more


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$ 0.00

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$ 55.55

Sunita Sahu
from KUAKHIA, Odisha

Purpose : to buy a solar lamp

Sunita is a 30-year-old homemaker who resides with her family in Jajpur, Odisha. Her family is one of many plagued by erratic power cuts. The household of 4 has a monthly income of Rs.9,000. Her nights are bleak as the family bides their time in the pale yellow glimmer every night waiting for sunrise. With electricity being a distant dream and plagued by power outages, she has to do her chores and help her children study in the flickering illumination of kerosene lamps. The family incurs a monthly fuel expense of Rs.660. Apart from t...  Read more


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$ 0.00

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$ 55.55

Sujata Jena
from KUAKHIA, Odisha

Purpose : to buy a solar lantern and improve livelihood

Sujata is a 38-year-old homemaker who resides with her family in Jajpur, Odisha. Her family is one of many plagued by erratic power cuts. The household of 4 has a monthly income of Rs.8,500. Her nights are bleak as the family bides their time in the pale yellow glimmer every night waiting for sunrise. With electricity being a distant dream and plagued by power outages, she has to do her chores and help her children study in the flickering illumination of kerosene lamps. The family incurs a monthly fuel expense of Rs.620. Apart from t...  Read more


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$ 0.00

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$ 55.55

Ranjita Behera
from KUAKHIA, Odisha

Purpose : to buy a solar lamp for home use

Can you capture sunshine in a globe? You can. Ranjitais a 31-year-old mother who wishes to use sunlight at night. She and her family of 4 live in Jajpur, Odisha. With rampant power outages, the family often spends their nights in darkness. She is forced to use kerosene lamps for light. The smoke is injurious to health. The light is faint and barely illuminates the room. Her child has difficulty completing school work and in studying, especially during exams. With a monthly income of Rs.9,500, it is very difficult to afford kerosene....  Read more


Funded
$ 257.51

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$ 218.65

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Bhanwar Kanwar
from Jaipur, Rajasthan

Purpose : To expand grocery business

Bhanwar is a 31-years-old woman who lives in Jaipur district, Rajasthan. She is a homemaker who also helps her husband in running their grocery shop. She manages her family of 5 members with their monthly household income of Rs.14,000. Usually, she is the one who sits and looks after the shop as her husband has to go to the wholesale market to buy goods every day. As the grocery shop is their only source of living, they want to invest in it so that their profit can increase. But since they do not have the capital amount to invest i...  Read more


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$ 0.00

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$ 39.68

Kunjalata Rout
from JARIMULA, Odisha

Purpose : To purchase a solar light and ensure family's safety at night

Kunjalata is a 36-year-old married housewife. She lives with her husband and daughter in a small village of Kendrapara district, Odisha. The family monthly income is Rs 9,500 and the living conditions in the village are poor. There are lot of power cuts, especially during the evening. This makes life tough for the entire family. Kunjalata can't cook or do any work after 6 p.m and before 5 a.m in the morning. Once it gets dark, it is very dangerous to go out to the fields or even nearby without any electricity. There is risk of being ...  Read more


Funded
$ 95.22

Still Requires
$ 222.22

Sabita Mallick
from MANGALPUR, Odisha

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

Sabita is 37-year-old. She lives in Jajpur district of Odisha. She has a family of 4 members. She is a housewife. Her household monthly income is Rs 14,000. The toilet her family is using needs immediate repairing. The toilet does not have a proper drainage system. The roof leaks during monsoon. The door of the toilet is not proper. This causes discomfort to the whole family Also water supply is inadequate during the summer. She wants to provide a more hygienic condition to her family. She wishes to renovate her toilet. Hence she has ...  Read more