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Swarnalata Barik And Group
from NUAPATANA, Odisha

Purpose : to purchase better crop seeds, fertilizers, herbicides, etc. in order to expand her vegetable selling enterprise

Swarnalata (2nd member from left) is a 35-year-old woman from a small village near Cuttack, Odisha. She has a family of 5 and a monthly household income of INR 8,300. She is a hardworking woman engaged in farming activities and selling varieties of vegetables in the market. She produces cauliflower, cabbage, potato, tomato, brinjal, etc. in her field. She wishes to expand her little enterprise so that her household income and savings get a boost and she can contribute more substantially to the household expenses. She has formed an ...   Read more

$ 4,222.13

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$ 28,260.65

Sumati Swain And Group
from Muniguda, Odisha

Purpose : to purchase green leafs for leaf plates

Sumati age- 33 married; from Odisha, Rayagada with a household size of 4 and monthly household income of INR7,000 applied for a loan amount of INR 2,355,000. She wishes to purchase green leafs for leaf plates and thus expand her business, however, her monthly expense is barely enough to meet her family's needs. Thus she inspired 92 others in her group to apply for the loan amount of INR 2,355,000 from Sampark Fin Services Private Limited- Enterprise Development, one of the field partners of Milaap. She and her family will be ...   Read more

$ 4,482.60

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$ 9,310.30

Madhu And Group
from , Madhya Pradesh

Purpose : to purchase bread, flour, oil, etc., to expand grocery store business

Madhu is a 38-year-old married woman living in a small village in Jabalpur district, Madhya Pradesh. She lives in a household of 6 members including two children. She runs a grocery store in her locality. She sells bread, flour, oil, etc., in her store. She manages to bring in a monthly household income of INR 5,700 from her grocery store business. Her family has to make their ends meet with very little income. Most of the income is spent on their day-to-day needs and her children's school fees. She barely manages to save any mone...   Read more