A loan of $3,600 helped a member to pay for purchasing vegetable plants, fertilizers, insecticides, etc. for vegetable cultivation.

Biswa Maa Tarini Self Help Group's story

Biswa Maa Tarini Self Help Group consists of 13 women from a village in Odisha. They formed a group to help themselves, to share their problems, and to solve their problem among them. All the group members are engaged in different kind of activities like running a variety shop, vegetable shop, farming, etc.

One of them is Anusaya, who was selected as the President of Biswa Maa Tarini Self Help Group. The lady standing fourth from the left hand side, wearing an orange colored saree in the photo is Anusaya. Anusaya is 41 years old and is living with her husband and her children who are in school. She hopes to see her children as officers serving the country. She is engaged in the activity of growing and selling vegetables in her village. Her husband is supporting her in this activity.

She along with her group has requested a loan of 195,000 INR, which will help her to purchase the required resources for vegetable cultivation. She says a portion of the loan amount will help her to purchase vegetable plants, fertilizers, and insecticides, and to cover operational expenses like labour charges.

In this group: Anusaya, Umamani, Sundaree, Mohinee, Suka Dei, Hulla, Benga, Bilasinee, Chanchala, Kuntala, Nirupama, Tikina, Janaki

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