Progress Reports

Y.R.N. Sandya Kumari Yapa

Berendina Microfinance Institute, Sri Lanka

$625.00 of $625.00 repaid.

Sandya Kumarihami is one of the oldest BMI clients in Galigamuwa. She is running a successful clothing trade for over 3 years. She has taken 2 previous BMI loans in the past which she invested in expanding her business activity. In July 2013, she took her third BMI loan of Rs. 75,000 to further expand her activity. She bought a new Juki sewing machine for Rs. 40,000 and materials for sewing as right now she is also making mosquito nets. This has led to success for her business. She hopes to increase this new product supply in coming future and continue to be successful in this trade.

Posted by Chanuka Dilhani on Sep 02, 2013

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Chamila Niranjala Jayasinge

Berendina Microfinance Institute, Sri Lanka

$393.70 of $393.70 repaid.

Chamila is a long standing BMI client from Galigamuwa. She continues her grocery trade from her home. She took her second BMI loan of Rs. 50,000 and now is in the process of building a separate shop. She used the loan amount to buy construction materials including sand, bricks, cement, etc. for this purpose. She also kept Rs. 10,000 separately for future expanses related to this construction. She know her business activity will be professional and in order after she moved to new shop.

Posted by Chanuka Dilhani on Sep 02, 2013

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Sandya Dilrukshi Saturusinghe

Berendina Microfinance Institute, Sri Lanka

$196.85 of $196.85 repaid.

A New BMI client from Galigamuwa division, Dilrukshi Sathurusinghe recently started an income generation activity that she can do it at home. Her intention is to develop a successful dairy farm, which can support her in day-to-day expenses and give enough profit for savings. She used the BMI loan amount of Rs. 25,000 to purchase a cow. She hopes to increase the number of milk bottle supplied in coming future and hopes to buy more cows to expand her business. She also hopes to get engage herself in agribusiness trainings related to dairy which are conducted by EDS and improve her business activities.

Posted by Chanuka Dilhani on Sep 02, 2013

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Tikiri Banda Kumarage

Berendina Microfinance Institute, Sri Lanka

$393.70 of $393.70 repaid.

Tikiri Banda used the new loan amount to purchase raw materials, firewood and labour wages for his brick production work. He knows the loan amount Rs. 50,000 is a timely investment in his trade as he is getting steady demand for his product in the village and surrounding villages.

Posted by Chanuka Dilhani on Sep 02, 2013

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Indrapala Kodikara Arachchilage

Berendina Microfinance Institute, Sri Lanka

$393.70 of $393.70 repaid.

K. A. Indrapala is a multi trade businessman. A resident of Galigamuwa area, he is also an active BMI client as well. He has taken his first business loan 2 years back and invested in his trade. In July 2013, Indrapala received his second BMI business loan of Rs. 50,000 and invested it to buy bulk amount of coconut, king coconut and banana. He also kept with him Rs. 20,000 out of the loan amount to use it for future business expansion activity. Indrapala also hopes to undergo a business management training programme so that he can run his business more successfully in future.

Posted by Chanuka Dilhani on Sep 02, 2013

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