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Funded
$ 85.86

Still Requires
$ 231.58

Jaya Ramesh
from Thalaingyaiar, Tamil Nadu

Purpose : To help Jaya bring in seeds for her farm

Sesame, cotton, sugarcane, paddy; these are household words at Jaya's home. Jaya grows them at the 150 cent of land that she has at Nagapattanam, Tamil Nadu. Now only 37, she earns her living and takes care of her two school-going kids with the crops. She grows some seasonally and some annually. But with the severe water crisis that the region is facing, Jaya can only yield enough off her land to barely sustain her family. This means that expanding her cultivation or even buying new seeds for the next season is a difficult matter. To ...  Read more


Funded
$ 163.55

Still Requires
$ 233.25

Ayodhya Devi
from Jaipur, Rajasthan

Purpose : To buy a sewing machine and expand tailoring business

India has an acclaimed tradition in its handicrafts and the northern Indian state of Rajasthan is known and noted for its embroideries such as Bandhej, Gota, Aratari etc. 53-year-old Ayodhya hails from this state and engages in sewing work. She makes beautiful salwar-kurtas (Indian dress) which incorporate these embroideries. She buys cloth, sews them into salwar-kurtas, and sells them to make profits. She lives with her family of 5. Their current household income is Rs. 15,000 which is just about enough for them to get by. Howeve...  Read more


Funded
$ 3.96

Still Requires
$ 234.12

Shila Kaiputra
from Baduria, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase more kid goats for business expansion

Shila is a 29 years old an enterprising woman. She resides at Rudrapur village in Baduria which is located in West Bengal with her son and her husband. Her son is a carpenter and her husband is involved in decorating work. With Shila running an animal husbandry business of raising goat kids and selling the mature in the butchery market. With this, the household derives a monthly income of Rs.8,500 of which Rs.6,500 gets used up to maintain the household expenditure. As costs are rising, Shila desires to pump sustenance to the househo...  Read more


Funded
$ 0.00

Still Requires
$ 238.09

Minati Dutta
from Khagrabari, West Bengal

Purpose : To expand grocery business

Minati is a 32 year old young married woman. She is from a small village in Khagrabari. She lives there with her husband and a daughter who is studying in class 6. Minati is a housewife. Her husband Ranjan runs a grocery shop in their locality. He sells food items like spices, rice, pulses, sugar, salt, oil, bread, eggs, biscuits etc, and daily essential commodities from his shop. Minati also helps her husband in this business after managing her household works. Now they intend to expand their business to satisfy the demand of her...  Read more


Funded
$ 0.00

Still Requires
$ 238.09

Saharbanu Sekh
from Srirampur, West Bengal

Purpose : To help Saharbanu stock fruits at her store

Saharbanu is 49 years old. She lives in the small village of Fakirtala, in West Bengal. She has a family of six, with three sons and a daughter. Along with her husband and her eldest son, Saharbanu runs a fruit stall at the local market. Her son Taju Sekh goes to the wholesale market regularly to get the new stock for their stall. Besides helping run the fruit stall, Saharbanu is also works with handloom. Even with this, it is not easy to run a family as big as Saharbanu's. She is hoping to get a little ahead at the fruit sales busine...  Read more


Funded
$ 0.00

Still Requires
$ 238.09

Rupali Sutradhar
from Madarihat, West Bengal

Purpose : To purchase good quality seeds, fertilisers and other necessary farm supplies to grow jute

Rupali is a 42 year-old-woman. She lives with her husband and two sons in rural West Bengal in a small village of Alipurduar in West Bengal. She is a homemaker. Her sons are engaged with small-scale business. Rupali's husband is a farmer by profession and is engaged with cultivation, he grows various crops and vegetables in their own plot of land. He works arduously to sustain this agro-business with the active support of Rupali. They sell the harvest produce to the local markets. This agro-business supplies them with the necessary fi...  Read more


Funded
$ 72.93

Still Requires
$ 244.52

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Uchhav Kanwar
from Jaipur, Rajasthan

Purpose : To pay for provender and fodder

Uchhav is a 44 years old married woman residing with her family of 6 in a village of Jaipur in Rajasthan. To supplement her family's income, she started an animal husbandry business. She owns rears cattle and sells milk and other products like milk, ghee. She now intends to expand her business, however she doesn't have adequate funds to invest in her business, with a meagre household income of Rs 12,000. Hence she seeks a loan of Rs 20,000. With the loan amount she intends to buy provender and fodder for her cattle. She hopes to earn ...  Read more


Funded
$ 40.00

Still Requires
$ 245.71

Urmila Das
from Shantipur, West Bengal

Purpose : To expand her goat-rearing business by purchasing more goats and selling them

Urmila, a 45-year-old married woman lives in a family of eight people with a household income of only Rs 6,800. Her monthly expenses rise up to Rs 4,200. She is into cattle rearing business and she wants to expand her business as it is difficult for the family to survive properly with so limited household income. So she wants a loan of Rs 18,000 from Milaap’s field partner Gram Bikash so that she can expand her business by buying a goat. She will be grateful to the lenders if she gets the loan that she has applied for....  Read more


Funded
$ 146.94

Still Requires
$ 249.87

Only 4 days left

Sandhya Das
from Mayureshwar, West Bengal

Purpose : to expand her milk business

27 years old Sandhya comes from a small village Majiara, in the Birbhum, district of West Bengal. She is married to Sudeb Das and together they are blessed with two sons. Her husband is a daily wage labourer. To supplement her family’s income, Bijaya has been running a small scale milk business. She owns a small herd of milking cows and sells milk products in the neighbouring markets. Her contribution has been significant in keeping her family financially afloat. She takes care of all the household everyday jobs, looks after her husba...  Read more


Funded
$ 51.10

Still Requires
$ 250.47

Shnehalata Kumar And Group
from Bargarh, Odisha

Purpose : To fund solar-powered lanterns for their homes

Shnelata is a 31-year-old woman hailing from a village in Bargarh district of Orrisa. She lives with her husband and children. As they still do not have an electricity connection in their village, they face all the difficulties arising out of lack of artificial lighting in their house. Shnelata has to complete her cooking before sunset and her children are not able to do their schoolwork after dark. They have a single kerosene lamp but as this is expensive, they use it sparingly. Shnelata has now decided to purchase a solar light in o...  Read more