Jay Maa Durga- A Group
Drupadi has been running a general grocery shop in her village for last six years with the help of her husband. She started the business in a very low profile manner with a small investment of her own. At that time her monthly net income was around 2,000 INR. It was very difficult on the part of Drupadi to maintain her family. After formation of the group to date Drupadi has already accessed four loans amounting 10,000, 14,000, 18,000 & 20,000 and gradually developed her grocery shop by adding new items like a freezer for selling cold drinks, etc.
Presently she is earning a monthly income of 10,000 INR, but according to her this is not sufficient to materialize her dream. As per her statement, she was able to increase the variety of items in her shop but not the amount of inventory. She wants to increase her stock of raw materials. So according to Drupadi, the present loan of 40,000 INR will be utilized to purchase items like rice, wheat, lentils, oil, etc. for her general store. This will help her to reduce her purchasing and transportation costs as she will replenish her stock less frequently.
Drupadi hopes to save enough for building a good house for her family as the present house is very small. She has also a dream to give better education to both of her children. Drupadi, with a sentimental mood, expressed her satisfaction that she has got total success due to the timely support of Mahashakti Foundation.
The other three members of the group are Nandini, Binati and Tapaswini who are running a general grocery shop with dry food making, general store with fertilizer & pesticide, and a dry food supply business 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.
This is a Group Loan
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