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Santhi M Manjunathan

#ambitious#zealous
Santhi is working hard to secure a sound future her six children

Agripreneur

Dharmapuri, Tamil Nadu

35,000 Loan is fully repaid

136 potential days of livelihood i


By weaving a social investment for Santhi Manjunathan, you are potentially impacting the destiny of six young children. This compassionate mother of six, is determined to ensure that all her children get a good education. She has been supporting her husband make ends meet by running a small dairy business from her home, for the last five years. She is now seeking credit to purchase a cow and increase the daily turnover of milk from her small set up. Despite all her responsibilities, Santhi is working towards one day becoming a successful tailor. Invest in spirited Santhi, and watch her set an inspiring example for her children.

My dream is to become a tailor.

About Santhi M Manjunathan's livelihood

Santhi M is an agripreneur who works 3 hours a day for 7 days a week. With this loan Santhi M will potentially obtain employment for 136 days.

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

Investee
pays i

10.0% flat p.a.

18.0% APR

Social
Investor i

5.0%

9.0% APR

Impact
Partner i

up to 5.0%

9.0% APR

Platform
charges i

0.0%

0.0% APR

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

Loan
amount

35,000

Loan
tenure

18 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

No credit history available

 

Rang De confidence score

 i


B


Partner
Rating i

B

Loan
Profile i

A

Financial
Profile i

B

Sittilingi Valley Organic Farmers Producer Company Ltd

Established in

2015

With Rang De from

2019

Founded by

Dr Regi George

Tribal Health Initiative began with the efforts of a doctor couple in Sittilingi Valley in 1993, catering to the health needs of the local Malaivasi tribal population. In 2004, after successful community health work in the region, the team realized that to holistically address the health issues of the population, other socio-economic concerns would have to be taken into consideration and improved upon. This was the motivation for starting the Tribal Farming Initiative which encouraged farmers to switch from cash crops and mono cropping to their traditional organic roots, as a means to improve their financial status by escaping debts and forced migration. The Sittilingi Valley Organic Farmers Association was formed with around 500 certified organic farmers promoting the further use of traditional seeds, organic fertilizers, pesticides and manure.

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