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Muniguda,Rayagada,Odisha, OD, India / Food
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Durpati Group's loan finished fundraising,
but these similar borrowers just need a little more help to reach their goals!
A loan helped to purchase rice, pulses, wheat, sugar, tea, potatoes, onions, garlic, washing powder, etc.
Durpati Group's story
Subashini, aged about 38 years, is the group leader of a five-member group of Muniguda town, situated in the district of Rayagada, Odisha, India. She is running a grocery shop and a tailoring unit. Her family is composed of four members: her husband and two sons, aged 18 and 15. The member standing second from left with a raised hand is Subashini. She has a kirana shop (small local shop), and her husband has been running this business for the last eleven years. She is running the tailoring unit in her house. At present, her family income is about Rs. 8,500 per month, which is not sufficient to manage her family and to keep pace with the present society. Last year, Subashini took a secondhand auto for her son by getting a loan from Mahashakti. To improve her living condition and to earn some extra income, she wants to avail a loan. From the loan, she will add some grocery items like rice, pulses, wheat, sugar, tea, potatoes, onions, garlic, washing powder, etc. to her shop. She has a dream to expand her business and wants to be a wholesaler of grocery items in her small town by maintaining a variety of items. The other four members are Padma, Khiramati, Puri and Muthek. They also want loans, for a fancy shop, paddy business, mixture business and fast food stall respectively.