A loan of $675 helped to pay for purchasing snacks, spices, rice, wheat flour and other household necessities like toilet cleaners and mosquito repellents for his grocery shop.


Sanatan's story

Sanatan is a resident of a small village, Baunsiapada, in Nayagarh district, Odisha. He is 27 years old and staying with his parents, his wife and a child. He has been supporting his family through the income earned from a small grocery store. He sells food items like snacks, spices, electric bulbs, pickles, onions, tea leaves and potatoes in his village. He has had a shop for the last four years.

He needs a loan of 35,000 INR in order to buy snacks, spices, rice, wheat flour and other household necessities like toilet cleaners, mosquito repellents and wafers for his shop. He says there is good demand for mosquito repellents and sanitizers as mosquito-borne diseases are very widely prevalent in his village. He wants to increase his income and provide his family better facilities of life and save some money for his family's future.



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