Micro Enterprise Development

Conventional banks with their demand for collateral and referral make it difficult for the poor entrepreneurs to qualify for loans and allied financial services. Typically also the poor entrepreneurs fall through the net because the sizes of the loans they require are too small to meet their increasing demand. UDDIPAN has played a pioneering role in its efforts to break the restricted access by developing its micro enterprise products and services that better fit the needs of the poor business owner. Since its starting remarkably in 2006, UDDIPAN’s Micro Enterprise Program has helped 37,363 entrepreneurs, mostly women, up to April 2019.

Key activities of Micro Enterprise:

microfinance