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49,470 Loans disbursed | 9,632 Social Investors joined

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Rs.459.8M of social investment | 99.84% Repayment Rate* | 534 different occupations

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Featured Borrower

Madevi Ravi

Mysuru | Karnataka | Cash Crops

Madevi Ravi from Karnataka need a loan of Rs. 25,000/- to upgrade their farming trade. The couple have been practicing mixed cropping of cash crops on their land that is an extension of their home, for past eight years. They have been consistently trying modern methods and equipment for farming crop and have a growing farm trade. They have a daughter (16) and a son (14) to take care of. However, despite tremendous efforts, the couple fails to seem development grow. The family of four is forced to live on less than Rs. 4,000/- per month, and faces the perils of poverty and under-provision. The failure of crops and the lack of availability of a minimum price does nothing to relieve them of this peril. Now the couple has decided to produce high quality cash crops and use better material to avoid such crop failure, however they do not have enough savings to meet up with the desired capital requirement. Thus they have applied for a loan of Rs. 25,000/- via Rang De, which will be invested into better seeds, better compost, better fertilizers, proper pesticides and additional labor charges. This family faces an insecure present and an insecure future. However, they never give up the struggle. Always plan to develop and come up better every step. This is a struggle against poverty and under-provision. Let us invest in this struggle with the Rs. 25,000/- that they need. read more

Still Needs : Rs. 3600
Raised: Rs. 21,400
Loan Amount : Rs. 25000
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Gopal Lal

Bangalore, India

I believe in Rang De because In Hindi we say, "boond boond se ghada bharta hai.." Poverty reduction can be made successful only by public participation.

Social Investor since : 25 Nov 2010

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I am proud to be associated with Rang De and be a social investor to help people in need realize their dreams.

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I believe that microcredit needs to be affordable if it aims at helping people overcome poverty.

Nagesh Kukunoor | Award Winning Film Director

Waheeda Rehman

A strong believer in women empowerment Waheedaji has been a constant source of motivation for the team. The legendary actress accompanied us on a field trip to get a first-hand experience of microcredit and has participated in numerous Rang De events.

Waheeda Rehman | Bollywood Legend

20% of the worlds poorest people live in India (Source: The World Bank).
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