A loan helped to purchase more stock of vegetables such as potatoes, pumpkins, and cabbages in order to expand her business.


Shibani's story

Shibani is a 33-year-old married woman from a small village of Nadia district, West Bengal. She has a family of 4 members and a monthly household income of 8,500 INR. She is a housewife and her husband is engaged in the vegetable business. She and her husband purchases vegetables such as potatoes, pumpkins, cabbages, and onions from the village farmers and sell it in the local market. She has one daughter who attends the local school. Their income is barely enough to cover the family's needs and educational expenses of her daughter. She plans to purchase more stock of vegetables in order to make more profit and increase family income. She has applied for a loan of 35,000 INR from Grameen Shakti, one of Milaap's field partners. She and her family will be thankful to the lenders for their support.


This loan is special because:

It provides business loans to women micro-entrepreneurs.



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