Total loan: $2,350

Jason Lom Group

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Motbung, MN, India / Arts

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A loan helped to buy a stock of thread and other raw materials for weaving.

Jason Lom Group's story

Kimneineng, 30 years old and a married woman, is a mother to three children (two sons and a daughter) who are still studying. She is the featured member of the group “Jason Lom” with her hand raised in the picture. The group “Jason Lom” is comprised of 10 members and they all reside in Keithelman, Senapati district, Manipur. Keithelman is a region with a moderate climate, and a lack of employment, educational and medical facilities. Weaving and sand sieve are common in this region. Her husband is a government employee.

Kimneineng is engaged in traditional weaving and she has been weaving for the past three years. But the income her husband earns is not sufficient for the family and due to the low income, she isn’t able to purchase thread for her weaving. She wants to help her husband in supporting her family by earning, which will only be possible through a WSDS loan.

Kimneineng applied for a WSDS loan with the hope of buying a stock of thread and other raw materials for weaving so that she can sell the traditional shawls and get a profit to pay her children's educational fees and use for family expenses.

Kimneineng is very happy and thankful to WSDS and the funders for their generosity and is looking forward to the loan. The rest of the members are also engaged in tea stall, pan, sand sieve, variety store and aloe vera farming. They are in need and are requesting the loan to move forward with their respective income-generating activities for better living conditions.