A loan of $475 helped to purchase detergents, shampoos, spices, toffees, rice, lentils, wafers, edible oil, etc. for his grocery shop.


Prabhat Kumar's story

Prabhat Kumar is a 28-year-old differently able man living with his parents in the village of Nayagarh, Odisha. His father is a farmer. He owns a small grocery store at his house where he sells detergents, shampoos, spices, toffees, rice, lentils, wafers, edible oil etc. earning 5,000 INR per month from his shop. This is the only source of income for the family. Prabhat Kumar has been working hard to take care of his parents.

He plans to buy more stock and variety of spices, oil, personal care merchandise like shampoos, detergents, and toothpaste that he is selling right now and more variety of chocolates and wafers, for which he has requested for a loan of 25,000 INR. He says that doing so will increase his family's income and he will be able to save some money for future uncertainties.



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