A loan of $575 helped to pay for purchasing fabrics, colours, wax, glitters, glue, and decorative glass for doing her craft work.

Swaranalata's story

Swaranalata is a 20-year-old unmarried girl living with her parents in the Khurda District of Odisha, India. She is engaged in the activity of making and selling handmade wall hangings, cushion covers, paper bags, candles, purses, etc. She makes these items in her home and sells them to the dealers in the nearby market. Her father is not financially strong enough to manage the family, so she helps her father manage the family expenses.

Swaranalata has requested a loan of 30,000 Indian rupees for purchasing fabrics, colours, paper, glue, glitters, decorative glass, wax, etc., in a bulk so that she can make her crafts in a large amount. She also wants to appoint one more person, who can assist her in the business and help her to make more of the products. In the future, she wants to give training to the village girls about this art. She also has a dream of giving her parents a quality standard of living.

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