A loan of $500 helped to start an electrical goods shop.


Supriya's story

Sabuj Sangha NGO is working for sustainable development of marginalized and vulnerable people. It aims to improve quality of life through empowerment, education, information, infrastructure development, healthcare provision and economic self-reliance. It achieves this through the convergence of services provided by local self-governments.

Supriya is a member of Atithi Self-Help Group supported by Sabuj Sangha. She lives in Madhumsadhan-chack village, West Bengal, with her husband, son and daughter-in-law.

Supriya’s son has been working in an electrical goods shop for the last three years, and now he wants to start his own shop with the help of his mother. So Supriya is seeking a loan of INR 3,000. She will use the loan amount to set up their own shop, which will help them to generate more income.

They hope to earn more from the shop and to have a better standard of living.



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