Migrant Women got loan worth 4.25 lakh
11 women entrepreneurs from Lalpur, Bhualpur, Sikhad, Goraiya, Vitthalpur etc villages were provided with Rs. 4.25 lakh monetary help to set up new enterprise or expand the existing one with the help of Prayatna Guiding Souls and Krishak Shatabdi Society. The money will be utilized in the activities like turmeric processing unit, seeds packaging, dairy industry, goat grain shorting & packaging, broom industry etc. The loans were provided to the family who left work in the cities due to COVID-19 and returned to home. The amount directly transferred to beneficiaries’ bank account by the manager of Allahabad Bank, Pahon.
Entrepreneurs were given monetary help for enterprise set up and expansion
In seven villages, eleven women got loans worth 4.25 lakhs for setting up or expanding enterprise by the help of Prayatna and Krishak Shatabdi Society. The loans were provided to the family who had to leave work due to COVID-19 for turmeric processing unit, seeds packaging, goat rearing, dairy farming etc. Social worker and trainer Mukesh Pandey said that the target is to set up 100 enterprises in the coming days
PPE Kits, masks, and sanitizers were distributed
Prayatna in collaboration with Nitya Bal Vikas DB handed over PPE kits, masks, sanitizers and napkins to Dr. Amitabh Kumar Sinha, nodal officer, district TB center, Muzaffarpur and Dr. CB Kumar, president, Indian Medical Association Muzaffarpur unit. Hundreds of families from Aghoria Bazar Slum provided masks in presence of Prabhat Kumar, fouder of Prayatna
11 women entrepreneurs were provided help to set up enterprises
Eleven women were provided with the loans worth Rs. 4.25 lakh with the help of Prayatna Guiding Souls and Krishak Shatabdi Society for turmeric processing unit, dairy farming, goat rearing, seeds packaging etc. The beneficiaries were mainly COVID affected migrant workers who returned to their home. Manju Devi, Budhna Devi, Pinki, Manju, Chanda etc. were some of the beneficiaries