Help Sirisha raise 24,000 INR

This Independence Day, help Bikash get a diploma so that his future is secure!

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About Sirisha:

I am Sirisha, working as a Business Consultant based out of Hyderabad, India.



Having known the importance of education and empowerment; I wish to support a student so as to ensure that at least one individual is given a fair chance and an opportunity to excel and experience the sense of freedom and liberation associated with financial independence.


About Bikash:

Smitabai  Bikash is a 26 year old student who dreams of someday working in a corporate office. Orion Edutech in West Bengal will train him and will provide him the right skills.However, due to financial constraints, he needs a little assistance to pay his course fees. The entire amount required is Rs. 24,000 which will help him attend a course. They will train him & guide him the right skills that is required to enter the corporate world. With a new job he would support his family financially and also repay the loan.


What is Milaap all about?

Milaap is a social enterprise that enables people around the world to give loans to the working poor in India. Based in Bangalore, Milaap is the world's first and currently, the only online micro lending platform that enables non-Indians and non-resident Indians (NRIs) to make loans to the poor in India. Milaap's loans are aimed towards providing people with access to basic essentials like clean drinking water, sanitation, renewable energy, vocational training and enterprise development.

A few things that you may want to know about the money that you lend in:

This is a loan, not a donation.

  • 100% of your money goes to the end borrower
  • You will know exactly who your money goes to and get regular updates on your repayments.
  • Within 18 months, you will get 100% of your money back.


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