SOME MICROCREDIT RECIPIENTS 2010
- Mrs. Menuka Bohara, 33 years old lady lives in Pangaun, Lalitpur. She lives in single family with four members, her husband and two children, a daughter
and a son. Her husband Mr. Bashu Dev Bohara works in a small restaurant. Both of her children are studying in middle school.
- Mrs. Bohara started selling cows’ milk a year ago. Now she plans to use the loan of Rs 10000.00 to buy another young cow . She hopes that
there will be demand for fresh mild due to growing population. In Nepal people loves to drink cow's milks so demand for milk is increasing constantly.
- Ms. Devi Bohara has a son and a daughter. Her son is studying in university and daughter is studying in higher secondary school. Her Husband Mr. Madhav
Bohara is a driver. Mrs. Bohara already owns a cow and she has been selling milk in the market. She carries her milk containers and sells door to door daily in the morning and
evening. Because of the rising demand, she wants to buy another cow to increase her production so she seeks RS 10000.00 loan to purchase a jersey cow which produces more milk than normal
- Mrs. Ranjana Bohara is a farmer in the village of Pangaun, Lalitpur. She owns a piece of land where she grows green vegetables. Mostly she grows
seasonal vegetables in her land. She sells vegetables in the local market in the morning and evening daily. She uses her income in her sons’ education. Now she is requesting Rs 10000.00 loan to buys
seeds and fertilizers for her agricultural farming.
- Mrs. Ranjana lives in a single family with her husband and two sons. Her older son is studying in higher secondary school and younger son is in middle
- Mrs. Bimala Bohara, 33 years old woman lives in Pangaun. She lives in a single family with her husband and two sons. Her husband Mr. Radhunath Bohara works
in a government office. Her older son is studying in grade 3 and younger son is in pre-primary school. Mrs. Bohara is a farmer. She has her own piece of land. She grows different
vegetables like cauliflower, green vegetables in her land. She sells vegetables in a local market in the morning and in the evening every day. Now she is requesting for the loan of
Rs 10000.00 to buy seeds and fertilizers for her farming.