She is a skilled loom worker from Assam and along with her husband has been running the loom business for a few years. They wanted to expand their business, employ local women to increase output and also improve their living condition. Jagaran supported her cause and provided her with a loan. Now their business is helping people to get jobs and fulfill their dreams. They have set an example of how a small change can create a ripple effect.
She is a 42 years old woman who lives in Balasore district of Odisha and her sole livelihood was making plates from tree leaves. Initially, her business was small, and revenue was limited. Her dream was to grow her business where she could employ a few more women and improve their lives. After taking a loan from Jagaran, slowly and steadily her business grew. She plans to expand her business further and generate employment opportunities for the locals.
She is a 40 years old woman from West Midnapore district in West Bengal, who runs a mat-making unit in her cottage. She wanted to expand her business and improve her life so she took a loan from Jagaran and today she has a workshop which employs other women.
She is a housewife from Giridih, Jharkhand, who wanted to open a mobile phone outlet. She came to Jagaran for help and got a loan of ₹ 30,000, with which she started her business. Soon the business took a leap, and she asked for another topup loan of ₹ 16,000 to develop and expand her business.