Progress Reports

Ramange Raman

Berendina Microfinance Institute, Sri Lanka

$438.60 of $438.60 repaid.

Raman does milk business for few years. He has a good knowledge in Dairy farming. Recently he took his second loan of Rs. 50,000 from BMI with the purpose of growing pasture for his Cattle. After receiving the loan he used to purchase fertilizer and the pasture seeds. Due to this investment he harvested a good crop for the cattle and income also increased. The Enterprise development Manager of BMI has given a good guidance to support the farming purposes. He took part in the relevant training programs and gained knowledge to improve her business. He is grateful for BMI for the loans given to them in affordable rates and the enterprise development service for giving them the guidance to conduct a good business. He hopes that the business will flourish and the family income will be increased.

Posted by Chanuka Dilhani on Jan 21, 2014

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B.G Niluka Damayanthi

Berendina Microfinance Institute, Sri Lanka

$438.60 of $438.60 repaid.

Damayanthi is a dairy farmer who lives in a remote village called Ipalogama. She became a BMI member few years before. The loan she received amount of Rs. 50,000 is to buy a new calf for her farm. The income which earned now by Damayanthi is going to be increased this new calf. Nowadays, Damayanthi treats the cow. The Enterprise development Manager of BMI has given a good guidance to enhance the dairy business. She hopes her family will get more supported from her income in the future due to this timely investment.

Posted by Chanuka Dilhani on Jan 21, 2014

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N.P.G Nirosha Sadamali

Berendina Microfinance Institute, Sri Lanka

$438.60 of $438.60 repaid.

Indeewari is BMI client who lives in Ipalogama. She does sweet production for several years, which given more experience and skills on her business. The recent loan amount she took BMI is Rs. 50,000. She used that loan for Dhodhol (A type of sweet) production. She used the loan to buy coconuts for her production. Dhodhol is a favorite sweet among Sri Lankans. So her products have a huge demand. She could achieve this progress; because of she used the loan properly. She also took BMI’s Enterprise Development Services given on food processing which improved her knowledge to be more efficient. After the training, the quality of the product been increased and the demand also increased. Indeewari is quite happy now and feel grateful for BMI for providing them the access to microcredit, at the time of need.

Posted by Chanuka Dilhani on Jan 21, 2014

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Indeewari Sajani Jayasinhe

Berendina Microfinance Institute, Sri Lanka

$263.16 of $263.16 repaid.

Indeewari is a Farmer who does Plantain cultivation. She is a very proud to be a BMI member. Because, her venture has started from the BMI Loan. She took a loan of Rs. 30,000 from BMI to start this cultivation. Indeewari is living in village call Ipalogama. The environment where Indeewari does her plantation is leading her path for a good crop. She didn’t fail to grab the services and guidance for BMI too. BMI gives the guidance as Enterprise development services. Now her family income is increased due to this new venture and she hopes to further develop it due to the fine prospects it shows.

Posted by Chanuka Dilhani on Jan 21, 2014

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Porage Don Dayaratne

Berendina Microfinance Institute, Sri Lanka

$438.60 of $438.60 repaid.

Dayaratne is a very skilled tailor and there is much demand for his clothes in the community. At a time when Dayaratne’s family was facing financial difficulties due to the rapidly rising cost of living, he approached BMI and obtained his the loans to expand his tailoring activities by purchasing an additional sewing machine and additional stocks of material. The current loan is the second one he obtained from BMI. He utilized the loan to purchase required additional equipment for his business. Dayaratne has been successful in increasing his output through the expansion and currently enjoys a good income for himself and his family. The expansion of his business has provided an employment opportunity to a talented young apprentice. Dayarathne conveys his gratitude to BMI for supporting him in the difficult times and providing loans at reasonable rates, to support his business investments. His ambition is to develop her business more and earn a steady income that will enable him to stand alone on his feet.

Posted by Chanuka Dilhani on Jan 07, 2014

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