A loan of $375 helped to purchase betel, biscuits, oil, lentils, noodles, talcum powder, detergents, etc., for his variety store.


S Sudarsan's story

S. Sudarsan is a physically challenged person, age 33. He lives with his wife and his only child, who is in school. He manages a betel-cum-variety shop in his village. He sells betel; packaged foods, like biscuits, cake, etc.; soap of different brands; detergent; shampoo; talc powder; face wash; body lotion; etc. Because there is only one variety shop in his village, all the villagers depend on his shop for their daily necessities, but he is not able to fulfill all his customers' demands. S. Sudarsan requested a loan of 20,000 INR to purchase more stock of what he sells now and a few more new products like cooking oil, lentils, noodles, etc. He hopes to make his family happy and to provide a better education for his child by sending him to a good school.



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