A loan of $375 helped to enlarge his shop and buy more betel, biscuits, wafers, tobacco sachets and also a refrigerator to keep soft drinks and chocolates.

Madhusudan's story

Madhusudan is a 41-year-old physically challenged person. He lives with his wife, son aged 14, and a daughter aged 7. His wife is a housewife and both his children are attending school. He has been running a small tea and betel shop in his village located in the state of Odisha, India for the past 10 years. He sells tea, betel, biscuits, toffees, wafers and tobacco sachets in his shop. He earns 3,000 Indian Rupees (INR) per month from his shop.

He has a plan to make his shop bigger and add some more stock of what he sells. He also wants to buy a refrigerator to keep other products like soft drinks and chocolates in his shop.

He has asked for a loan of 20,000 INR for making his shop bigger and purchasing the above mentioned items. He has a dream for his daughter study in a good school and his son to graduate from a nice college, so that both his children can have a bright future.

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