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Banto

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Support Banto purchase a Buffalo and open a dairy unit.

Agripreneur

Alwar, Rajasthan

50,000 has been disbursed

591 potential days of livelihood i

45,834 is the current outstanding balance

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Banto belongs to Alwar District of Rajasthan. She is a hardworking women and has been working in the animal husbandry business tirelessly for the past six years. She has to support and earn daily bread for her family of four. With the help of some credit, she wishes to purchase a Buffalo. She wishes to grow her animal husbandry business and open her own dairy one day. Help Banto today!

I wish to provide good education to my children.

About Banto 's livelihood

Banto is an agripreneur who works 13 hours a day for 7 days a week. With this loan Banto will potentially obtain employment for 591 days.

The interest rate charged is split into returns for the social investor, fees for the impact partner and platform charges.

Investee
pays i

6.0% flat p.a.

10.8% APR

Social
Investor i

2.0%

3.6% APR

Impact
Partner i

up to 3.0%

5.4% APR

Platform
charges i

1.0%

1.8% APR

The following section provides a detailed view of the investee loan requirement.

Loan
amount

50,000

Loan
tenure

24 months

Moratorium

None

Repayment
mode

EMI i

Investee
occupation

Animal husbandry

i :

B

Rang De Credit Rating A B C
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The rating is derived from the following data points.

Credit
bureau
score i

 

A

Rang De confidence score

 i


B


Partner
Rating i

B

Loan
Profile i

B

Financial
Profile i

B

IBTADA

Established in

1997

With Rang De from

2020

Founded by

Rajesh Singhi

Ibtada, meaning ‘the beginning’, is a not for profit organisation that was started in 1997 to uplift women and girls in the Alwar district of Rajasthan. Rural poverty and deprivation are a major issue grappling the region, and Ibtada has introduced interventions in the space of Education, Financial Inclusion, Livelihood Generation, and Awareness about Rights and Entitlements. Although Ibtada is hand holding women through the process, the ultimate aim is to make them independent and empowered to stand up for themselves. Ibtada has reached over 50,000 households in 400+ villages in Alwar District, Rajasthan.

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