Help ALISHA KUANAR raise 21,360 INR

This birthday, help me celebrate by helping a student get access to education!

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Some students dream of a career in teaching, some dream of a career in pharmacy and healthcare, and some of them want jobs in IT and hardware. The students are from low income families and the only thing they lack to achieve their dream are funds to pay for their training course fees. Watch the video below to see how a vocational training can make a difference in the lives of the young ones: 

About the student (Hasin) I've adopted:   

A 21 year-old youngster, Hasin Khan hails from a small town of Uttar Pradesh. He believes he is cut out for a career in sales and marketing. With the right amount of training he can shine in this field. With this aspiration, he wishes to enrol in a Retail and Sales course designed for Smartphones offered by L S Talent Transformation institute. He will learn key marketing and communication skills as well as essential information in the latest in smartphone technology. He needs a loan of Rs 28,000 for the 45-day course, which he will repay over a 12 month period.


What is Milaap all about?


Milaap is an online community that empowers urban, socially responsible individuals to lend towards positive impact.The end borrowers are the deserving, working poor in India - students, small businesses and families, who need a small amount of capital to get ahead and change their lives for the better.  

Since 2010,  Milaap has raised over Rs 7 Crores from 7000 people across the world, impacting over 30,000 lives in 11 states. 

A few things that you may want to know about the money that you lend in:
This is a loan, not a donation. Which means, you will get 100% of your money back.
Most importantly, 100% of your money goes to the end borrower.
You will know exactly whom your money goes to and get regular updates on your repayments.
To know more about Milaap and how it works, click here


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Lending to the working poor through Milaap involves risk of principal loss. Milaap does not guarantee repayment nor do we offer a financial return on your loan