As a housewife, Anapheesa thought it was next to impossible to fulfill her dream of owning her own bag boutique. But with the help of small loans from FFPL and support from her husband, she has not only setup her own bag boutique, but has also become a significant contributor to her household income. She has also started to help other women in her area to prepare bags and then by selling them Anapheesa is creating a business model for the welfare of others as well.
Geeta and her family have been running a grocery shop for the last 2 years. Earlier she could not afford to keep much stock at her shop and so her income was less. After availing the loan from FFPL she has increased the stock of goods in her shop and is now able to generate good income from her shop.
A year ago, Mrs.Uikey and her husband were making ends meet with the modest income from her husband’s rented auto-rickshaw. A year ago after getting loan from FFPL and by adding some of their savings they bought a second-hand auto-rickshaw for transporting school children.The business flourished so well that in a short span of time they now own a van & a auto-rickshaw and are catering to a couple of schools of Hoshangabad.
Sabira was always searching for ways to increase her household income. After availing the loan from FFPL, she started a tailoring unit by purchasing a sewing machine. In a few months, she also has started providing coaching classes to some women who want to learn tailoring. She is thankful to FFPL for helping her increased her income.
For the last 4 years, Munni and her husband have been running a tea stall. There are 9 members in her family. After availing the loan of ₹ 30,000 from FFPL she increased the stock in her shop and her income increased from ₹ 150 per day to ₹ 400 per day. With their increased income, recently they have purchased a inverter system for their house.