A loan of $375 helped to pay for purchasing furniture, plates, spoons, flours, spices, oil, potatoes, etc., for his snacks stall.

Hemanta Kumar's story

Hemanta Kumar is a 41-year-old differently-able person living with his wife and a child who is in school. He has a tea and food stall in his village. He sells tea, some local snacks like samosas (fried dough stuffed with potato curry), idli (a popular recipe of south Indian origin made by steaming a batter consisting of fermented black lentils and rice), wada (lentil doughnut), etc. He earns 5000 Indian rupees (INR), which is used for his household expenditures.

Hemanta Kumar wants to repair his food stall and purchase some furniture (benches and table) to seat his customers. He also needs ingredients like potato, flour, spices, oil, etc., and utensils like plates, spoons, etc. He will attract customers and increase his monthly income. He has requested a loan of 20,000 INR to fulfill his requirements. He says that he can earn 6,000 to 7,000 INR per month in this way and would be able to construct a house for his family.

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