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Gram Utthan 12

  • Milaap
  • Investissement via un partenaire local
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  • With a loan of EUR 25,850 around 100 families in India will gain acces to a clean and safe toilet at home.

    25 850 €
    Montant
    3,00%
    Intérêt
    24 mois
    Maturité
    6 mois
    Remboursements
    EUR
    Devise
    Montant25 850 €
    Intérêt3,00%
    Maturité24 mois
    Remboursements6 mois
    DeviseEUR
      100%
      Entièrement financé en 7 jours sur 26 Octobre 2017.
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      Résumé

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      Several communities in Odisha have very little to no access to private toilets, forcing them to resort to open defecation. As a result, they face a higher risk of exposure to infection, snake-bites and sexual assault, particularly in the case of women and children. Furthermore, the situation is aggravated for residents with ailments. Being one of the poorest states in India, gaining access to exclusive sanitation is far-fetched for most families here. 

      In fact, they are so used to open defecation that many a time they do not realise the kind of diseases they are exposing themselves to! Unsafe and inaccessible sanitation is a human problem for many reasons, covering personal hygiene and dignity, disease risk, environmental impact, as well as overall developmental impact related to health status, time use and production decisions.  

      Gram Utthan, an organization based in Odisha, focuses on dealing with issues pertaining to livelihood, skill training, energy and sanitation. Their core value is to enhance human dignity and work towards sustainable development. Milaap, in partnership with Gram Utthan, seeks to reach out to more such communities in rural Odisha. 

      With this project 100 families, otherwise unserved, will gain access to a clean and safe toilet at home. 

      Nom de l’entrepriseGram Utthan 12
      PDGGovind Dash
      Création1990-01-01
      LieuOdisha
      SecteurFinancial services
      Chiffre d'affaires8 106 609,74 €
      Employés180

      Impact

      Milaap is the largest crowdfunding platform in India, enabling stories of hope, courage, and change. They provide credit services to the poor and excluded to help them to work themselves out of poverty.

      Milaap partners with a range of credit-worthy field partners who hold a strong social mission. They grant loans for energy projects, water access, artisan supply chains, and more, mostly in rural areas. Many of their projects empower women entrepreneurs, mainly providing working capital to women with a weaving enterprise, small shops, or handicrafts.

       

      SDG’s impacted

      With this project you are contributing to the following Sustainable Development Goals:

      SDG 1. No poverty

      SDG 3. Good health and well-being

      SDG 5. Gender equality

      SDG 6. Clean water and sanitation

      SDG 8. Decent work and economic growth

      SDG 10. Reduced inequalities

      Read more about the impact you can make through our platform and the SDGs on our impact page.

       

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      • Avec cet investissement 412 sont améliorées
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