Mamata has been running a wheat flour milling business in her village with a single machine for the last five years. Her husband is helping her in this business. She earns a daily net income of 400 INR from the existing businesses. Out of this income, she has been able to manage her household expenses in a decent manner. So Mamata is planning to increase her income by expanding the business. Looking into the demand of the locality, with the present loan, Mamata wants to put another two units of machine in her center. One is for processing flattened rice and another is for wheat flour. She is convinced that this will generate a handsome income for her. Mamata hopes to save enough money to provide a better education for her children and construct another hall for the new machines.
The other five members of the group are Sabutri and Sushila who have a general store business, Laxmi who has a Tiffin center with a fast food center, Gayatree who has a tailoring center and Pausa who has a barber shop businesses, respectively.
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Mahashakti Foundation focuses its work in some of the most underdeveloped districts in Odisha, characterized by poor infrastructure and high levels of poverty. By supporting this loan, you are enabling access to finance for women living in some of India's poorest and most remote areas.
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About Mahashakti Foundation
Mahashakti Foundation is a public charitable trust that provides microfinance and development services in the low-income state of Odisha. Operating in the poorest region of India, the organization strives to serve rural communities, tribal groups and others living on less than USD$1 a day. In addition to microcredit, it also provides micro-savings and micro-insurance products, as well as business development, health, water and sanitation, and food security services.
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