A loan of $275 helped to buy puffed rice, potatoes, tomatoes, sprouts, spices, etc. to make Jhalmuri.


Dilip's story

Dilip is a 31-year-old physically challenged person staying in a village with his father, age 60, and his wife, aged 23. He has eight goats and two cows that his wife is taking care of. Because of their poor financial condition, he is begging in the market square by using his tricycle. By begging he is getting 1200 INR, which is very difficult to manage his family. He wants to start a business, but because of his low income, he is not able to do so. He has requested a loan of 15,000 INR to start a grocery shop with Indian street snacks like Jhalmuri (prepared from puffed rice, boiled potato, tomato, sprouts, onion, chilli, salt). He will roam around on his tricycle on the busy streets of the market and sell Jhalmuri. It will help him to earn a good amount, which will help to control his cash flow. He hopes to provide a better life for his family and educate his children.



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