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Kamini Debnath

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Kamini needs credit to purchase inputs and hire labour.

Agripreneur

Chirang, Assam

20,000 has been disbursed

234 potential days of livelihood i

18,333.33 is the current outstanding balance

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Kamini lives in Chirang, Assam with her big family of eight and contributes significantly to the household income. She toils in her small piece of land to earn a livelihood. She brings with her ten years of experience with successful farming seasons. But the pandemic has made Kamini unable to arrange money to invest in the new season. With some credit from Rang De, she would be able to buy quality seeds and fertilizers and meet the labor expenses. Invest in Kamini today!

I wish to expand my agriculture activity.

About Kamini Debnath's livelihood

Kamini is an agripreneur who works 6 hours a day for 6 days a week. With this loan Kamini will potentially obtain employment for 234 days.

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

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

Loan
amount

20,000

Loan
tenure

12 months

Moratorium

None

Repayment
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EMI i

Investee
occupation

Farming

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Seven Sisters Development Assistance

Established in

2011

With Rang De from

2020

Founded by

Aswini Bhattacharya

Award winning NGO Seven Sisters Development Assistance (SeSTA) works with more than 32,000 families in 470 far flung villages spread across 14 districts in three States (Assam, Meghalaya and Tripura) through 3000 Self Help Groups (SHGs). SeSTA has 23 professional field teams at the block level in all the working districts. SeSTA collectivizes women to form Self Help Groups (SHGs), builds their capabilities and strengthens livelihood systems to alleviate mass poverty in these far-flung villages. Through its work on agriculture interventions in food crop and vegetable crops, Natural Resources Management and intensification and diversification of other livelihoods portfolio like goat rearing, piggery, fisheries, mushroom cultivation etc. SeSTA has addressed the issues of economic disempowerment and discrimination in far flung villages of the NE. Despite being a new entity, SeSTA is today supported by renowned agencies in the development spaces including APPI, Tata Trusts, Indigo, NABARD etc. It is also the technical support partner for State Rural Livelihoods Mission in Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Mizoram apart from being a direct engagement partner in Assam and Tripura. The organization has won the India Development Marketplace Award 2014 by World Bank and Chief Minister’s Best Action Award for Community Development. SeSTA has also won the prestigious Polestar award in the Social Impact category for the year 2019.

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