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Families that need your help

As part of Save Indian Farmers’ ongoing efforts, we help the wives/widows of the farmers to repay their loans or expand their businesses by providing them financial help. These are the widows or families who earn too low income to be able to repay their loans or even earn their living sometimes.

There are various families that we helped in the past and as we continue to help more families, please see below the details of families that are in need of your help now!

Save Indian Farmers is investigating in these families in partnership with Rangde, in Warangal district to provide low interest loans to widows of farmers who committed suicide. Rang De loans will help these women invest in an income generating activity and thus restore livelihood and security to their vulnerable families.

Damera Komuramma

Buffalo rearing | Pasragonda, Telangana

Komuramma Damera is a 40-year-old widow from the village Pasragonda in Warangal who lives with her son Arvind. Living in a thatched home without proper amenities, Komuramma struggles to provide a comfortable life for her son.

Farming is her source of livelihood. The income from the agricultural activity is spent to run the house, support her son’s education and debt repayment with no extra money for additional expenses. Komuramma wishes to start dairy farming for additional income. She plans to purchase a buffalo which costs around Rs. 25,000. Due to insufficient funds for immediate disposal, she seeks financial assistance from generous social investors. Once the business progresses, she can achieve better earnings by reinvesting. Contribute and help Komuramma in her endeavor.

 

Loan Details

Amount $375
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date November 26, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date December 26, 2017


Damera Shakunthala

Buffalo rearing | Pasragonda, Telangana

Shakunthala is uneducated and lives in the village from Warangal, Telangana. She is the sole bread winner and takes care of her young kids studying in elementary school. Managing expenses for the family on her small income is extremely difficult. She wants to supplement her income by starting dairy farming business and buffalo rearing at home. The loan amount will be utilized to purchase a buffalo. Your contribution can help this small family with much needed funds to improve their lives.

Please consider helping Shakunthala generously.

 

 

 

Loan Details

Amount $375
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date November 26, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date December 26, 2017

 

 

Gajji Bhagyamma

Buffalo rearing | Pasragonda, Telangana

Bhagyamma is single parent and looks after her family using an inadequate income from agriculture. She wants to boost her income by starting a new business such as dairy farming.  This will give her additional income to provide for her family. The loan amount will be utilized to purchase a buffalo. Due to insufficient funds for immediate disposal, she seeks financial assistance from generous social investors. Once the business progresses, she can achieve better earnings by reinvesting.

Please consider helping Bhagyamma generously.

 

 

 

Loan Details

Amount $375
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date November 26, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date December 26, 2017


Jannarapu Aruna

Buffalo rearing | Atmakur, Telangana


Aruna Jannarapu is a 39-year-old widow who lives in Atmakur village of Warangal district, Telangana with her 2 young children studying in college. The total earning for this family comes from agriculture work and is around Rs. 40,000 per year. This low income leads to their struggle in their daily living with no access to closed toilets, a travel beyond 5 kms to access water etc. Aruna thus wants to start a dairy farming business to grow her income. However, Aruna faces a huge challenge as she does not have additional funding for investment. She is seeking a loan amount of Rs. 25,000 to purchase a buffalo. Your investment in Aruna’s loan will help her start the new business and provide towards her kid’s education and comfort for the family.

 

Loan Details

Amount $390
Status 4% raised
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date November 26, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date December 26, 2017

 

Jannarapu Bhadramma

Vegetable vendor | Atmakur, Telangana

46 years old Bhadrammaa Jannarapu is one of those many rural women fighting with poverty and struggling day and night for a better livelihood. She is a widow from Atmakur village in Warangal district, Telangana and lives in the village with her 20 years old son. She is involved in farming and earns an annual income of Rs. 25,000. They try to save some money from their meager annual income and endure hardships. Bhadramma wants to improve their financial condition by starting a new business as vegetable vendor. Vegetables are everyday requirements of villagers which can fetch her regular income. Bhadramma is seeking a loan amount of Rs. 25,000 from Rang De to buy vegetables and a pushing cart to start her business. Please consider helping Bhadramma and donate generously towards the loan.

 

Loan Details

Amount $390
Status 4% raised
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date November 26, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date December 26, 2017

 

Jannarapu Manemma

Garment business | Atmakur, Telangana

Manemma Jannarapu is a 40-year-old widow living in Atmakur village of Warangal district, Telangana with her 2 sons. Both are pursuing college education. Manemma is the only earning member in the family and struggling hard to send her kids to college. Main income for the family comes from farming business. It is very difficult to manage overall family expense on the annual income of Rs. 30,000. Manemma wants to start a new Garment business to improve the family’s existing financial situation. She is hopeful to get good returns out of it as there is no clothing store in the village. Manemma is seeking a loan amount of Rs. 25,000 from Rang De to purchase clothes and accessories required to start the business. Please donate generously and help Manemma in upgrading her family’s current state of poverty.

 

Loan Details

Amount $390
Status 4% raised
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date November 26, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date December 26, 2017

 

Uppula Sunitha

Buffalo rearing | Atmakur, Telangana

Uppula Sunitha is a 53-year-old widow from a small village called Atmakur in Telangana state. She does not have educational background but is very strongminded. Her son is currently pursuing higher education. The income from some agriculture job is meager Rs.30,000 per annum.

She plans to supplement her family’s income by starting a dairy business. Additional income from this business will help her son get better education and improve their lives. She selected buffalo rearing. This business is beneficial for the women who are without any educational background. She needs capital for the purchase and is seeking loan of Rs. 25,000 over the tenure of 24 months. Your investment in Sunitha’s loan will help her start the new business and get supplemental income for her kid’s education.

 

Loan Details

Amount $390
Status 4% raised
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date November 26, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date December 26, 2017

 

Vainala Swarupa

Buffalo rearing | Atmakur, Telangana

Vainala Swarupa is a widow who resides with her family in Warangal district of Telangana. She is the primary bread winner for the family while her three sons are pursuing their higher studies. The net income for this family is around Rs. 40,000 per annum.

Vainala would like to augment the family income by engaging in some useful activity. Since many rural women maintain livestock, she has decided that buffalo rearing would be a convenient way to earn a living. However, she cannot afford to meet the cost of a buffalo and has sought Rang De’s help to raise the money. Invest in Vainala’s loan of Rs. 35,000 and give her the opportunity to be an entrepreneur. The loan tenure will be of 24 months.

 

Loan Details

Amount $390
Status 4% raised
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date November 26, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date December 26, 2017

 

Bandi Ramadevi

Grocery store | Atmakur, Telangana

Bandi Ramadevi hails from a village in Warangal district of Telangana and lives with her 16 yr old daughter. She is a young widow and a sole bread winner. She has a farmland but the income from farming is variable and often not consistent mainly dependent on climate and other factors. The earnings from farming not sufficient to even avail basic amenities.

She is thinking of an alternative business to supplement her household income. Bandi is planning to start a small grocery shop from an extension of her home and will mainly sell common household items which have high demand from locals. She needs a financial support of Rs. 25,000 to buy the required goods, weighing machine and scales, storage containers, etc. from the wholesale market. She is not reluctant to work harder for a better and improved life but needs the working capital sooner to start the new venture and earn some regular income.

 

Loan Details

Amount $390
Status 10% raised
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date November 26, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date December 26, 2017


Damera Anasurya

Buffalo rearing | Pasragonda, Telangana

Mrs. Anasurya Damera, is a widow who lives in Pasargonda village, Warangal dist., Telangana with her 21-year old son Kommalu Damera. They live in a thatched roof house and have no access to basic facilities such as closed toilets, water and access to medical care.

She currently works in the agriculture field and earns Rs. 30,000 per annum. Buffalo rearing is very common in the rural area. Anasurya plans to purchase a buffalo however, she does not have enough savings.  Anasurya is seeking a loan amount of Rs. 25,000 for a duration of 24 months. This will give her additional income and hence help reduce the economic burden. Being the sole bread earner of the family requires a lot of effort and with this new business Anasunya hopes to help her family with basic comforts and strengthen them financially.

 

Loan Details

Amount $390
Status 5% raised
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date November 26, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date December 26, 2017


Damera Suramma

Buffalo rearing | Pasragonda, Telangana

Suramma Damera is a 46-year-old widow from Pasragonda, a backward village, in Warangal district, Telangana. For long, she remained committed to carrying out the household tasks but soon after her husband passed away, Suramma, hardly had any means to meet the ends. Hence, she decided to undertake dairy farming to earn a living. It has the potential to support her with a steady income. She plans to purchase a buffalo for Rs. 25,000/-. Due to a shortage of funds, Suramma has requested financial assistance to kick start her business. A sum of Rs. 2000/- per month is expected from the milk sales. As a beginner, initial glitches in carrying out the business are unavoidable. Upon providing an opportunity to overcome the hurdles, progress can be observed and considerable returns will be obtained.

Kindly make generous contributions as a token of empowering women like Suramma and tranforming them as financially independent individuals.

 

Loan Details

Amount $390
Status 13% raised
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date November 26, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date December 26, 2017

Padidhela Pranavi

Beauty parlour | Damera, Telangana

Pranavi is a 38-year-old widow from Telangana. She is a mother of 2 children. As she is the head of the family, she must manage the expenses with utmost care. She has a clothing business and wants to generate additional income by starting a new business. She is going to rent a place to start a beauty salon in her village. This business is profitable and she hopes that this will give her additional income that will strengthen her financially. She will utilize the loan amount to start her new business.

Your contribution can do wonders in her life! Kindly make generous contributions as a token of empowering women like Pranavi and transforming them into financially independent individuals.

 

 

Loan Details

Amount $390
Status 17% raised
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date November 26, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date December 26, 2017

 

Elangbam Dame Devi                                                                                    

Embroidery work   
Langmeidong makha leikai , Manipur

Elangbam Dame Devi and her husband, Sanakhomba Singh from Kakching district in Manipur have three adult children. Dame and Sanakhomba have high school degree but are working hard to make sure that their children at least complete their Bachelor’s degree.Dame Devi has been working as a tailor for last 11 years and has gained tremendous knowledge and expertise. She buys semi-finished mekhalas from the market and embroiders beautiful designs on them. Her business is always thriving, as there is constant need for mekhalas for various ceremonies and functions in her village.She wants to expand her business and the only hurdle she is facing is the lack of capital. Her entire income goes towards household expenses and her children’s education. While, she has been looking to expand her tailoring set up for a while, she has been unable to do so due to the lack of any kind of savings.

Please consider investing in skilled tailor’s business, to ensure that she attains financial sustainability and her children achieve the highest levels of education.

Loan Details

Amount Rs. 10,000
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date April 29, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date May 29, 2017
Interest Rate 10% flat p.a.

Devki Thakur

Grocery Store
Binjhiya, Madhya Pradesh

Have you ever wanted to help someone in rural India? Devki Takhur from Madhya Pradesh is just one woman whose life you can transform with one click of a button. She sells the items that her community needs and keeps looking out for new purchases that could prove to be a winner in her village. Her shop has been active for three years and she has learnt a great deal about running a business. Her husband barely earns enough as a farmer and Devki supports the family with additional source of income. By investing in her hopes, you can help her consider the possibility of reaching enough sales volume so that she can save enough and buy items on her own one day. By supplying the goods that her neighbors need, she has earned a steady clientele and will easily be able to save enough to repay this loan. Do consider investing in this shop that Devki Takhur takes great pride in and which stays open 12 hours a day and seven days a week. 

Loan Details

Amount Rs. 5,000
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date April 22, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date May 22, 2017
Interest Rate 10% flat p.a.

 

Elangbam Ibecha Devi

Farming / cultivation / agriculture
Hiyanglam awang leikai , Manipur

Elangbam Ibecha Devi is a 42-year-old married woman from Hiyanglam, Manipur. She lives with her husband, a daughter and a son under a thatched roof house. Her family’s living condition is not so good and she wants to take a step forward towards providing a better life to her two children. She wants to support her family by starting a kitchen garden for organic produce and is seeking a loan amount of Rs.10000/- for 12 months. The loan amount will help her purchase necessary items needed for kitchen gardening such as fertilizer, pesticides, manure, maintenance, seeds etc. This is her primary business throughout the year.

Please consider contributing towards her loan.

Loan Details

Amount Rs. 10,000
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date April 29, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date May 29, 2017
Interest Rate 10% flat p.a.

 

Kamla Yadav
Vegetable vendor
Binjhiya, Madhya Pradesh

Forty nine year old Kamla Yadav makes her earning as a vegetable vendor for last 4 years. She resides in a village named Binjhiya from the Mandla district of Madhya Pradesh. Her husband Kalka Prashad is into agriculture business. They have 5 children; the eldest being 28 and youngest is 19 years old. She uses this income to support the family and now wishes to expand the same. She goes door to door to sell vegetables, which is not an easy task. With the constant rise in prices of agro based products, her task becomes more complex. Kindly consider contributing towards her loan amount and help her support her family. Your contribution can help these rural women change their lives and surroundings.

With your support they can provide for a bright future for their children too.

Loan Details

Amount Rs. 5,000
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date April 22, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date May 22, 2017
Interest Rate 10% flat p.a.

 

Meena Bai
Stitching and tailoring
Binjhiya, Madhya Pradesh

Meena Bai and her big family hail from a remote village in Madhya Pradesh and live in a very small house of their own. Her husband has been working as a laborer to support their family. The couple has four daughters and they want to make sure they provide higher education to their daughters within their limited earnings. Meena has started a home based tailoring unit last year and has been supplementing the family income by accepting stitching orders from the neighborhood. Through her venture, she has been earning additional sum of Rs.2,000/- a month for the family expenses. Meena now wishes to start a tailoring school along with her business and earn more income from it. She needs to buy additional supplies to accomplish this but lacks the required funding. She plans to raise a loan for it and utilize the amount accordingly.

A hard working woman like Meena surely deserves a quick support for the loan amount so that she can procure the necessary supplies and grow her income.

Loan Details

Amount Rs. 5,000
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date April 24, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date May 22, 2017
Interest Rate 10% flat p.a.

 

Meera Bai
Painting
Binjhiya, Madhya Pradesh

Decorating our homes during festivals and painting them is something which brightens our moods. Meera bai is one such painter who brings colors in people’s homes. Her family is based in Binjhiya village of Mandla district in Madhya Pradesh. Her husband earns around Rs.36, 000 annually through his job. They have 2 sons who are studying in school.  Meera wants to earn more income in order to provide for a better future for her children and hence is seeking loan. Your contribution can help these rural women change their lives and circumstances. She will buy painting and construction related materials from this loan amount. Let us help her brighten her family’s life, the same way she brightens other houses through her painting skills.

Do consider contributing towards her loan.

Loan Details

Amount Rs. 5,000
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date April 22, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date May 22, 2017
Interest Rate 10% flat p.a.

 

Heisnam Memyai Devi
Dry Fish Seller
Thanga, Manipur

Heisnam Memyai Devi is a widow who lives in Thanga, Manipur and run a dry fish business. She is a care taker for her four children. She is helped by her oldest daughter who is a weaver. Dehydrated fish is a very popular dish in the northeast. She maintains the quality of her fish and has high demand. However, proper storage is a key and improper storage conditions can spoil the fish and affect the income. To deal with this problem, she wants to purchase a cooling container for storing the fish but lacks the funds. She is seeking a loan of Rs. 10000/- to buy the cooling container and raw fish to expand her business and continue providing for her family.

Please consider contributing towards support her and her family.

 

Loan Details

Amount Rs. 10,000
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date April 29, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date May 29, 2017
Interest Rate 10% flat p.a.

 

Elangbam Sushila Devi
Farming / cultivation / agriculture
Hiyanglam mayai leikai , Manipur

Elangbam Sushila Devi is a farmer from Kakching district in Manipur. She has two daughters. Sushila is a multitasker. She works in the field 8 hours a day while juggling household responsibilities and the upbringing of her two children.

Sushila has been farming for the past 10 years and brings with her immense knowledge and expertise. Not only does she understand her trade, she also understands the intricacies of running a business. She sells her produce at wholesale as well as retail prices. She ensures the quality of her produce and only sells the freshest produce to the market. Due to her high-quality produce, the demand has been increasing over the years. However, she does not have the savings to expand her farming business. She is looking for loan of INR 10,000 to buy additional seeds, fertilizers and manure etc.

Only you can help her out! Come invest in growing business and ensure the financial sustainability and progress of an entire family.

Loan Details

Amount Rs. 10,000
Repayment Mode Monthly
Number of Installments 12
Estimated Disbursal Date April 29, 2017
Estimated Repayment Date May 29, 2017
Interest Rate 10% flat p.a.