Progress Reports

Leelawathi Wijesinghe

Berendina Microfinance Institute, Sri Lanka

$219.30 of $219.30 repaid.

Leelawathi is engaged in a tailoring business in a rural village called Ipalogama with her family. Because her village is located in a remote location, she struggles to get the required fabric from the city and also to meet the demand from her community for her clothes. At first she had difficulties in bearing these costs. So, she joined with BMI and received a loan of Rs. 50,000. She used the loan to purchase another sewing machine for her business. After using the new machine her production has also increased. She is earning an extra income as well.

Posted by Chanuka Dilhani on Jan 21, 2014

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Nilanthi Dharmadasa

Berendina Microfinance Institute, Sri Lanka

$438.60 of $438.60 repaid.

Nilanthi is running a poultry farm. It is situated in rural village call Ipalogama. The Enterprise development service of BMI has given a good guidance to make her business success. She also followed the directed path. BMI has given a loan of Rs. 50,000 to Nilanthi, for the purpose of purchasing poultry feed. She used the loan efficiently. So now her income has increased. Nilanthi hopes to increase her output in the future. So she can support the family financially, as much as she can.

Posted by Chanuka Dilhani on Jan 21, 2014

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Amara Nandawathi Manike

Berendina Microfinance Institute, Sri Lanka

$350.88 of $350.88 repaid.

Randani runs an aquarium. She grows variety of ornamental fishes. She has a good demand on her business as well. She joined with BMI and received a loan of Rs. 40,000 to buy fingerlings and fish feedings. Ipalogama the village where she lives with her family is a rural area. She sells these fish in the city market. Randani used the loan of BMI, in a proper and efficient way. Now her production has increased. She got some good training on for Enterprise development services of BMI.

Posted by Chanuka Dilhani on Jan 21, 2014

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Nalani Sunanda

Berendina Microfinance Institute, Sri Lanka

$263.16 of $263.16 repaid.

Nalani is a farmer who does Plantain cultivation. She is a very proud to be a BMI member, because her venture has started from a BMI Loan. She took a loan of Rs. 30,000 from BMI to start this cultivation. Nalani is living in village called Ipalogama. The environment where Nalani does her plantation cultivation gives her a good crop. She didn’t fail to grab the services and guidance for BMI too. BMI gives the guidance as Enterprise development services. It is a good progress which gained through her hard work.

Posted by Chanuka Dilhani on Jan 21, 2014

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P.G. Sunil

Berendina Microfinance Institute, Sri Lanka

$219.30 of $219.30 repaid.

Sunil is a poultry farmer. He lives in the area of Ipalogama. He took up poultry farming as a way of diversifying his income, since he was also engaged in some cultivation activities. Sunil joined with BMI a few years before. He took a loan amount of Rs. 50,000 from BMI to buy poultry feedings. The loan became very useful to run his poultry farm successfully. He was also able to buy more poultry chicks too. Because he has saved some money, by using his loan amount efficiently. Enterprise development services of BMI also guided Roshan for his income increasing.

Posted by Chanuka Dilhani on Jan 21, 2014

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